anew, freshly, just, lately, latterly, recently
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Newly is used before a past participle or an adjective to indicate that a particular action is very recent, or that a particular state of affairs has very recently begun to exist. adv ADV -ed/adj
She was young at the time, and newly married., ...the newly independent countries of Africa and Asia.
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