Not long ago; recently: newly baked bread. (adverb)
Once more; anew: a newly painted room. (adverb)
In a new or different way; freshly: an old idea newly phrased. (adverb)
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Use "newly" in a sentence
"She exhaled and passed the joint to someone else, her expression newly dreamy."
"Laura Fernandez (ph) has been a graduate -- and what we call a newly-minted graduate, for all of two months."
"Kor considered himself governor of my world, which he termed a newly acquired outpost of the Klingon Empire, and you and Mr. Spock considered yourselves freedom fighters, obligated to liberate us from Klingon domination."