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
While neighborhood hubs such as the African American Art & Culture Complex manage to thrive and attract new talent, the vibrancy of the black food scene wanes as softly as the newly ubiquitous Edison bulbs that abet its demise.
Doom’s creators also tapped into newly emerging trends in digital distribution by making the first three episodes of the game available for free and then asking users to pay for further levels.
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s somewhat newly appointed lawyer, who just keeps talking, keeps going back on forth on a possible interview between Trump and Mueller’s team.
Ignorant comments can be very hurtful for someone newly diagnosed.
The Andamans’ first luxury retreat—newly opened Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, a 46-acre spread along Radhanagar Beach—was nearly a decade in the making.
Domus was newly built, while Atelier and Broadway Market Lofts were historic conversions.
Operating costs were high, and congregations struggled to find parishioners with newly required commercial driver's licenses.
Weil is leaving Instagram and headed over to Facebook’s newly formed blockchain team, the one that David Marcus is running.
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