adverbchiefly • literary
- 1In a new or different, typically more positive, way: her career had begun anew, with a lucrative Japanese modeling contractMore example sentences
- I am blessed when a night ending in argument is followed by a day begun anew with a kiss.
- When the project was initiated in 1998, 23 smugglers came forward to begin life anew.
- However, his genius was so great that other than French people forgot his dishonesty and he began life anew in his native place.
- 1.1Once more; again: tears filled her eyes anewMore example sentences
- He began his march to the exit anew but halted once more, turning his head back to face her again.
- He has since refiled that suit on behalf of other parents and the whole process has begun anew.
- This, of course, makes the other side hopping mad, and the entire cycle begins anew.