newfound

adjective new·found \ ˈnü-ˈfau̇nd \

Definition of newfound

:newly found
  • a newfound friend
  • enjoying her newfound fame

Examples of newfound in a Sentence

  1. He is enjoying his newfound freedom.

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First Known Use of newfound

15th century


NEWFOUND Defined for English Language Learners

newfound

adjective

Definition of newfound for English Language Learners

  • : recently discovered, acquired, or achieved : newly found or gotten



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