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Meaning of newly by Wiktionary Dictionary

newly


    Etymology

    From Middle English newly, newely, neweliche, from Old English nīwlīċe ( “newly” ), equivalent to new +‎ -ly. Compare Dutch nieuwelijks, German neulich, Danish nylig, Icelandic nýlega. More at new, -ly .

    Adverb

    newly ( not comparable )

    1. In a new manner .
      She smelled the newly budding flowers .


Explanation of newly by Wordnet Dictionary

newly


    Adverb
    1. very recently

    2. they are newly married
      newly raised objections
      a newly arranged hairdo


    Definition of newly by GCIDE Dictionary

    newly


    1. Newly, adv.
      1. Lately; recently.

      He rubbed it o'er with newly gathered mint. Dryden.

      2. Anew; afresh; freshly.

      And the refined mind doth newly fashion

      Into a fairer form. Spenser.