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newly-wed

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Definition of newly-wed in English:

noun

(usually newly-weds)
A recently married person: the newly-weds shared a kiss [as modifier]: a newly-wed couple
More example sentences
  • These two had been constant companions for two weeks, still newly-weds, recently ripped apart by the ravages of war.
  • A couple of Canadian newly-weds opposite me had driven up here all the way from Tuscany for dinner; by the end of the meal, hubby was so fired up by the experience that he was even sniffing the coffee.
  • This was the case even when both partners were in full-time employment, and most newly-weds already prioritized the husband's career and his role as provider.

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