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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnew-foundˈnew-found adjective [only before noun]  NEWrecently obtained, found, or achieved He enjoyed his new-found freedom. the children’s new-found friends
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new-foundAfter positioning the wad in my cheek I sat around waiting for the hit, feeling smug with my new-found anthropological skills.Well don't for one minute think it has anything to do with a new-found concern for our wellbeing.McClellan had trouble dealing with her new-found fame.And she attended the Brit Awards on Monday wearing an unlocked handcuff-a symbol of her new-found freedom.The evening was drawing to a close and everybody was dancing with new-found friends.Grabbing a handful of fresh cartridges he began to reload the shotgun, fumbling a couple of times in his new-found haste.One amazing day; one new-found hero.She needed the new-found intimacy of the night translated into daytime terms.The drive back to Earl's Court was wretchedly uncomfortable, not even his new-found outrage managing to warm him.
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