Newly (adverb)

Recently; not long ago.

Origin:

Old english niwe "new, fresh," from the germanic base of new.

Examples:

  1. The newly elected president made his first speech.
  2. The newly renovated building was opened to the public.
  3. The newlyweds were on their honeymoon.
  4. The newly discovered planet was still being studied.
  5. The newly appointed CEO was making changes to the company.
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