Words and phrases that have a meaning related to newly:   (167 results)

Often used in the same context:
freshly, recently, specially, subsequently, hastily, previously, officially, already, originally, duly, fully, soon, sparsely, divinely, dubiously, richly, partially, formally, promptly, ingeniously, tastefully, shrewdly, elegantly, formerly, initially, expensively, hurriedly, properly, separately, once, automatically, also, controversially, appropriately, shortly, later, advantageously, quickly, belatedly, ornately, improperly, suitably, spaciously, cunningly, craftily, beautifully, sleekly, cleverly, artfully, defectively, neatly, finely, incompletely, mistakenly, swiftly, gorgeously, eventually, unwittingly, attractively, additionally, successfully, federally, sumptuously, lavishly, grandly, preciously, cannily, readily, opulently, temporarily, jointly, imaginatively, exquisitely, immediately, identically, stylishly, similarly, immaculately, fortuitously, slickly, fancily, elaborately, expertly, incorrectly, festively, dually, earlier, poorly, secretly, ago, pneumatically, speedily, ironically, unhappily, finally, lovingly, improbably, uniquely, easily, centrally, imminently, instantly, subjugated, devastated, ridden, governed, colonized, protected, ravaged, colonised, conquered, insular, underdeveloped, embattled, industrially, resurrected, afflicted, beleaguered, dominated, holding, independant, industrialised

Appears in the definition of:
activated, airing cupboard, belling, benedick, benedict, callathump, callithump, charivari, chivaree, coinage, compromise, emerging, freshness, gold rush, honeymoon, hot, hot issue, hot stock, kiss, larval, launching, marriage bed, neologism, neology, new, new-made, newfound, opened, plantation, processing, review copy, rights issue, rights offering, rising, sapwood, shivaree, sprout, tonsure, wash, washout, wollemi pine

fresh, freshly, new, recently

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— Nouns for newly: won countries, freedom, economies, independence, dead, cut, states, territory, position, more...

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Book See newly used in context: 5 rhymes, 28 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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