Anew (adverb)

  1. Once again; afresh.
  2. With fresh vigor or interest; anew.

Origin:

From middle english anew, from old english on efen "on even", from on "on" + efen "even, equal".

Examples:

  1. He began anew with new determination.
  2. The company decided to start anew after the economic downturn.
  3. She had to start the project anew after her computer crashed.
  4. The team had to begin the game anew after the rain delay.
  5. He began to see things anew after his life-changing experience.
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