Synonyms for newly

Grammar : Adv
Spell : noo-lee, nyoo-
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnu li, ˈnyu-

Définition of newly

Origin :
  • Old English niwlice "lately, recently;" see new + -ly (2). Cf. German neulich, Danish nylig, Swedish nyligen.
  • adv recently
Example sentences :
  • Newly facing the evil of the world, she was a rampant reformer at once.
  • Extract from : « K » by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • When game is used for soup, it must be newly killed, and quite fresh.
  • Extract from : « Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches » by Eliza Leslie
  • That I forgave you when my injuries were fresh, and when my bosom was newly wrung.
  • Extract from : « Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit » by Charles Dickens
  • His address to the newly married couple was awaited with curiosity.
  • Extract from : « The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete » by Emile Zola
  • The newly arrived joined us heartily in our work two days after.
  • Extract from : « Freeland » by Theodor Hertzka
  • The schooner was as newly painted and trig as if fresh from the ways.
  • Extract from : « The Cruise of the Dry Dock » by T. S. Stribling
  • I am but newly risen from a sick-bed, from which I never hoped to rise again.
  • Extract from : « Barnaby Rudge » by Charles Dickens
  • Near him lay four huge potatoes, newly broiled in their skins.
  • Extract from : « Cleo The Magnificent » by Louis Zangwill
  • The man got up suddenly, tossing his newly made cigarette into the grate.
  • Extract from : « People of Position » by Stanley Portal Hyatt
  • From the empty field arose an odour like that of a newly mown meadow.
  • Extract from : « Abbe Mouret's Transgression » by Emile Zola

Antonyms for newly

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