Did you mayhaps mean newfound?
- adj. alternative spelling of newfound.
“They tend to bring their new-found "skills" with them.”
“In the 90s I looked at all of those TV opportunities as a ministry opportunity, as an opportunity to share my new-found faith with a television audience that otherwise would not be watching, you know when I would go on 'Politically Incorrect.”
“As Steve writes about his new-found homeless friend, he begins to struggle with the right and wrong of it all and thinks he needs to find a way to help this former Julliard student get back to some kind of normalcy.”
“She was standing with her new-found friends, in their freshest and crispest attire, at the front of the church when the priest started handing out wafers.”
“So, Josh, the question is: Does Mrs. Josh share your new-found obsession with “Kings”?”
“It appears that no matter how hard Obama jams on the brakes with his new-found commitment to deficit reduction — having already almost doubled the deficit in one year — the level of red ink just seems inexorably to rise.”
“But within the first year, as Congress started to dole out billions of dollars for new-found homeland security concerns after the Sept. 11 attacks, Coast Guard officials realized their blueprint wasn't exactly what was needed.”
“You had to take it on faith that this was an act of faith rather than the Amish version of massive self-indulgence and revelling in a new-found freedom.”
“According to Mapquest I live 633.64 miles away from the nearest saltwater, so how to feed this new-found addiction?”
“Lo, God-loved poets, men who spake things worthy Phoebus 'heart; and they who bettered life on earth by new-found mastery”
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