Newly definition

no͝olē, nyo͝o-
Not long ago; recently.

Newly baked bread.

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Once more; anew.

A newly painted room.

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In a new or different way; freshly.

An old idea newly phrased.

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Recently; lately.
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Anew; afresh.
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In a new way or style.
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In a new manner.

She smelled the newly budding flowers.

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Origin of newly

  • From Middle English newly, newely, neweliche, from Old English nÄ«wlÄ«Ä‹e (“newly"), equivalent to new +"Ž -ly. Compare Dutch nieuwelijks, German neulich, Danish nylig, Icelandic nýlega. More at new, -ly.

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