newly newly  /ˈnu li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) very recently

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Located at a vast, newly built facility in Yokohama, the Earth Simulator is the size of four tennis courts.
  2. The newly identified genes may shed light on how to keep those nerves alive, which may be an important target for future therapies.
  3. It was coined by the son of Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt, whose imagination had been captured by the newly invented Super Ball.

News

  1. Newly re-opened Milliken Blvd. bridge not open to trucks, buses

    The newly opened, narrower and temporary two-lane route along the Milliken Boulevard bridge is closed to truck and bus traffic and will remain so until the project is done in December, state officials said Tuesday.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Fall River Herald News

  2. Newly crowned Miss Iowa hopes to advocate for people with disabilities

    Nicole Kelly, the newly crowned Miss Iowa, plans to use her title to help advocate for people with disabilities, reports the DesMoines Register. Kelly, 23, was born without her left forearm, according to her biography at MissIowa.com (note: site has been intermittently down). Photos can be viewed at the Miss Iowa Facebook page. After winning [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Upbeat via Yahoo! News

  3. Newly retired Jason Kidd is reportedly pursuing the Brooklyn Nets' head coach position.

    Newly retired Jason Kidd is reportedly pursuing the Brooklyn Nets' head coach position. [ Yahoo! Sports ]
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Deadspin

Quotes

  1. "He said he'd hold elections, he said he would get rid of his emergency law, and so it's now time for the newly elected folks to show up and form their government. And the question then is will they be friends of the United States? I certainly hope...
    on Feb 20, 2008 By: President Bush Source: Reuters

  2. "Together we shared a journey that led to the presidency, the mountaintop of American politics," the elder Bush said in a statement. "And there we worked together to help America more fully embrace the world around us and compete in the newly...
    on Jan 25, 2010 By: George HW Bush Source: USA Today

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