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newly

[ noo-lee, nyoo- ]
/ ˈnu li, ˈnyu- /
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adverb
recently; lately: a newly married couple.
anew or afresh: a newly repeated slander.
in a new manner or form: a room newly decorated.
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Origin of newly

before 900; Middle English; Old English nīwlice.See new, -ly
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How to use newly in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for newly

newly
/ (ˈnjuːlɪ) /

adverb
recently; lately or justa newly built shelf
again; afresh; anewnewly raised hopes
in a new manner; differentlya newly arranged room
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