Recently discovered: a newfound pastime. (adjective)
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Use "newfound" in a sentence
"Others called the newfound interest in innovation - and the diversity it is supposed to bring to the economy - a healthy start."
"On his most recent album, " I See the Sign, " Mr. Amidon ' s gentle music recalls newfound field recordings that have been gussied up without losing their affecting authenticity."
"Washington, DC Rotters - In what the White House is describing as a newfound sense of bipartisanship and mercy, President Bush late today issued a full and complete pardon to accused "DC Madame" Deborah Palfrey."