Definition for NEW'LY

NEW'LY, adv.

  1. Lately; freshly; recently. He rubb'd it o'er with newly gathered mint. Dryden.
  2. With a new form, different from the former. And the refined mind doth newly fashion / Into a fairer form. Spenser.
  3. In a manner not existing before.

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