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 is the first quarter where newly acquired Whole Foods will be a part of results, following the deal’s closing in late August.
All this leads to a newly-single Nancy going on a journey to take down Hawkins Lab, and bringing Jonathan along for the ride.
Variety of selections highlighting newly restored chapel organ.
In 1949, 24 and newly married, Heller was living at Riverside Drive and 100th Street.
In the 1970s, easy Federal Reserve policy caused the the newly-floating dollar to depreciate substantially relative to the more stable German mark and Japanese yen, generating two great oil price shocks and a spike in broader U.S. inflation.
And in what seems like an incredible case of timing, the 42-year-old singer is back and newly single ahead of the upcoming release of her second solo album: Double Dutchess.
Many of these newly rich people do not necessarily have good English skills, nor do some of them intend to master English.
Others still remain—including Bill Nye’s own Netflix joint and Sarah Silverman’s newly launched Hulu series—but the show that pioneered this new frontier is officially no more.
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First Known Use of newly
before 12th century
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