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 on the WebVictims of the same strict Covid-19 rules that are keeping most residents homebound, many of the newly homeless are migrant laborers from rural areas and smaller cities who often live hand-to-mouth while sharing an apartment with other workers.
Karen Hao, WSJ, 10 May 2022 No Way Home cast Doctor Strange as a central part of the story, combining the Sony and Disney Marvel cinematic universes in a newly inextricable way.
Adario Strange, Quartz, 9 May 2022 Lauderdale County Detention Center Assistant Director of Corrections Vicky White was newly charged with identity theft and second-degree forgery, according to a warrant for her arrest released Monday.
Stephanie Pagones, Fox News, 9 May 2022 Rivian also is newly caught up in the Georgia governor's race over a record incentive package for a new manufacturing plant.
Randy Essex, USA TODAY, 9 May 2022 His is one of the first cases up for review by the post-conviction justice unit newly formed by Alvin Bragg, the new district attorney for Manhattan.
New York Times, 7 May 2022 These are typically for people newly promoted to manager or team lead.
Kevin Kruse, Forbes, 6 May 2022 Senate District 46, newly created through redistricting this year, stretches across much of Downtown and several adjacent neighborhoods, reaching as far east as Irvington.
The Indianapolis Star, 3 May 2022 Grantees use the funds to provide assistance to eligible households through existing or newly created rental assistance programs.
Tom Sissom, Arkansas Online, 5 Apr. 2022 See More
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First Known Use of newly
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1