Definition of newlywed
: a person recently married
Examples of newlywed in a Sentence
They took pictures of the happy newlyweds.
Recent Examples of newlywed from the Web
Possibly worse, there is no kissing with this bitter stuff on; hoping to have healthy offspring and dreading the chemical's side effects, the newlyweds so far have stayed chaste.
Kristie Drewes and Tardy were recent newlyweds, police said.
Jason Derulo also took the stage for the newlyweds, performing a handful of his love-sick hits as well.
That same year, only 3 percent of newlyweds were interracial.
On Day 3 of Wimbledon, the newlywed socialite showed up to the elite tennis tournament in a lace sheer dress by Self-Portrait.
The newlyweds are planning a more traditional wedding reception later this summer where more stories are sure to be told.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A hyper-aggressive black bear moved back and forth between two women in a ferocious attack earlier this week that left a newlywed dead and her co-worker injured in a remote area of Alaska, their employer said Thursday.
The newlyweds were staying at Caleño’s apartment waiting to get U.S. visas for her and her two children, when police began conducting house-to-house searches.
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Definition of newlywed for English Language Learners
: a person who has recently married
NEWLYWED Defined for Kids
Definition of newlywed for Students
: a person recently married Some newlyweds moved in next door.
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