Examples of newly in a Sentence
They are a newly married couple.
That is a newly acquired habit.
Here is where we keep the newly arrived merchandise.
The room is newly painted.
Recent Examples of newly from the Web
This year newly elected Birmingham city councilors and Birmingham Board of Education members took office on Oct. 24 while the new mayor didn't take office until Nov. 28.
In the early months of 2017, my friends and I, like many women in America, were feeling newly vulnerable in our bodies and aggravated by the way the world was shaping up around us.
In the summer of 2015, Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s newly elected president, gathered his cabinet for a meeting.
The park was newly minted in 1975 when McPhee visited Alaska, and the city hadn't annexed the park and neighboring communities just yet.
The Pixel 2 has a fantastic camera, stellar battery life, a newly waterproof design, and by far the smoothest and most highly optimized build of Android ever put on a smartphone.
Many in the West regard Russia’s actions as signs of a newly aggressive Moscow seeking to restore the Soviet Empire and drive wedges in Western unity.
Finally, there’s Wise Guys Pizzeria, found next door to Foster’s, in the same newly constructed building.
According to Us Weekly, she's newly engaged to Hollywood agent Christian Carino.
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First Known Use of newly
before 12th century
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