Having just or recently arisen or come into existence.(adjective)
Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "new-sprung" in a sentence
"The younger actor was charming and engaging but before long she felt a member of a distant audience — she and the couple sat passively before him as he paced the hardwood floor — merely a group to try new-sprung techniques upon."
"Sitting cross-legged, Yehoshua casts a giant's shadow on the new-sprung grass, littered with the decayed remnants of olives missed in the last harvest."
"Nepalese insurgency in the mountains threatens Sais new-sprung romance with her handsome tutor, their lives descend into chaos."