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newfound

Syllabification: new·found
Pronunciation: /ˈn(y)o͞ofound
 
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(also newly found)

Definition of newfound in English:

adjective

Recently discovered or established: armed with this newfound political consciousness, he sells his condo and quits his job
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  • In fact, he had thought much the same himself when he had first discovered his newfound abilities.
  • With my newfound endless source of money, I was able to do what I had never been able to do.
  • It was fun in the beginning to take advantage of this newfound power I had over him.

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