newlywed newlywed  /ˈnu li ˌwɛd/

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone recently married

Usage(s):

  1. He says he feels like a newlywed.
  2. With that, Judge Bazile sentenced the newlywed Lovings to one year in jail.
  3. The silent pause in the front seat of a car as a man drives with his wife; the look a newlywed gives her husband, wondering what she might have gotten herself into.

News

  1. Is robot surgery safe?

    The newlywed had been grappling with excruciatingly painful periods for as long as she could remember, when her doctor told her one way she could end the agony was a hysterectomy.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: MSN

  2. Robotic surgery is high-tech 'tour de force' – but is it safe?

    By Ami Schmitz and Melissa DahlNBC NewsThe newlywed had been grappling with excruciatingly painful periods for as long as she could remember, when her doctor told her one way she could end the agony was a hysterectomy. Michelle Zarick, then 37, didn’t question it when the doctor wanted to use the latest high-tech option that medicine had to offer: a hysterectomy done with the help of a robot ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

  3. Robot surgery is sleek, but is it safe?

    The newlywed had been grappling with excruciatingly painful periods for as long as she could remember, when her doctor told her one way she could end the agony was a hysterectomy.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: MSN

Quotes

  1. "Craig has a new wife and he seems to want to concentrate on his new family life which will be centered in Europe," Villeneuve told the newspaper "As a newlywed and new father myself, I can understand he wants to focus on his family life. For...
    on Jan 26, 2008 By: Gilles Villeneuve Source: Scene Daily (registration)

  2. In a statement, Gerard said: "The band has decided to give him and his wife a much needed break from the road to start a life and have a proper honeymoon and do all the things a newlywed couple should do. I'm very proud to announce my brother's...
    on Apr 23, 2007 By: Gerard Way Source: DotMusic.com

  3. "We are excited and and anxious to get into our new house because it's a symbol of our lives starting together," Katherine, 29, says. "Newlywed life is very similar to ours before marriage. We are staying home a little more, and I am...
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Katherine Heigl Source: OK! Magazine

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