(also newly found)
Recently discovered or established: the pressures of her new-found fame he loved his new-found freedom
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- She plays Greta, a Manhattan book editor who's grappling with her new-found ambition.
- With newfound determination, he haunted the sets of big studio productions, filling up notebook after notebook on the nuances of moviemaking.
- In spite of their growing terror, Jack leads his newly found tribe of hunters into the jungle for the slaying of another pig.
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