- anew (adv.)
- c. 1300, a neue, from Old English of-niowe; see a- (1) + new. One-word form dominant from c. 1400.
- 1. Slowly Jewish communities were reconstituted and Jewish life began anew.
- 2. She's ready to start anew.
- 3. He began his work anew.
- 4. They started life anew in Canada.
- 5. He's determined to begin his life anew.
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