Definition of newfound
: newly found a newfound friend enjoying her newfound fame
Examples of newfound in a Sentence
He is enjoying his newfound freedom.
Recent Examples of newfound from the Web
President Trump is being called on to use his newfound relationship with Saudi Arabia to stop the execution-by-beheading of a Saudi student and anti-government protester who was planning to go to college in the U.S.
The most alarming part, however, is that despite the aforementioned allegations, American maintains that the uniforms are not the cause of their employees' newfound health problems.
That same year, I was placed into a journalism writing class and began to develop a newfound interest in writing.
But envious in that peculiarly hateful sort of way in which a man might resent his ex-wife’s newfound riches.
The rapper’s dramatic weight loss and newfound healthy glow carried over to his music.
The decision to allow Cincinnati to hold a JCT was triggered by squash’s exploding popularity in the city and its newfound capacity to accommodate a tournament of such size.
What’s more, there seems to be a newfound respect for old media, or at least the profits that can be made there.
Internet comments are one thing, but Thot embraced her newfound Barbie moniker in stride.
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Definition of newfound for English Language Learners
: recently discovered, acquired, or achieved : newly found or gotten
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