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new-found Line breaks: new-found
(also newly found)

Definition of new-found in English:

adjective

Recently discovered or established: the pressures of her new-found fame he loved his new-found freedom
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  • The MP also pledged to use her new-found TV fame to challenge the "controlling" political culture of Westminster.
  • Early adolescents are very aware of, and proud of, their new-found reasoning abilities.
  • Could his new-found fortune prove enough of an allure for her to run away with him?

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