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
On Main Street, south of downtown Houston, cars sat abandoned in the soaking roadway on Monday night as newly homeless people packed a strip of hotels.
FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ME PRINT COMMENTS THR talks to the union’s newly re-elected president about divisiveness, goals and the organization’s top staffer.
Your favorite TV personalities make quite the pretty penny for showing up on your screens week after week, according to newly released data from Variety.
Thirty-six years after Charles and Diana tied the knot, the Associated Press has released newly restored footage of their wedding day.
Just a few short blocks from Grand Central Terminal, this hotel (newly a member of Hilton's Curio collection) manages to feel in the thick of it all and yet a million miles away all at once.
That is based on events that were not reflected in the trial transcript, such as newly discovered evidence of juror misconduct.
Since December 2016, Scintilla, Collett's newly pink-haired client, has been fighting stage three bone cancer.
The first total eclipse visible from the newly independent nation crossed from Baja, California, to the shores of New England on June 24, 1778.
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First Known Use of newly
before 12th century
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Definition of newly for English Language Learners
: a short time ago
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