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New, adv. 1) since a very short time, freshly: “proofs n. bleeding,” Compl. 153. “so they were bleeding n., there's no meat like 'em,” Tim. I, 2, 80. “out of a n. sad soul,” LLL V, 2, 741.
2) so as to restore to a primitive state: “my shame so dead, mine honour is n. born,” Lucr. 1190. “my old age n. born,” Lucr. 1190 “this were to be n. made when thou art old,” Sonn. 2, 13. “as he takes from you, I engraft you n.” 15, 14. “on Helen's cheek all art of beauty set, and you in Grecian tires are painted n.” 53, 8. “robbing no old to dress his beauty n.” 68, 12. “love's brand n. fired,” 153, 9. “n. dyed,” Tp. II, 1, 63. “mercy then will breathe within your lips, like man n. made,” Meas. II, 2, 79 (i. e. redeemed and regenerated by divine grace. cf. renewed, in Sonn. 111, 8). “are you a god? would you create me n.?” Err. III, 2, 39. “a silver bow n. bent in heaven,” Mids. I, 1, 10 (O. Edd. now bent). “beauty doth varnish age, as if n. born,” LLL IV, 3, 244. “how much honour picked from the chaff and ruin of the times to be n. varnished,” Merch. II, 9, 49. “furbish n. the name of John of Gaunt,” R2 I, 3, 76. “to line and n. repair our towns of war,” H5 II, 4, 7. “to n. store France with bastard warriors,” III, 5, 31. “a vessel that is n. trimmed,” H8 I, 2, 80. “I feel my heart n. opened,” III, 2, 366. “her ashes n. create another heir,” V, 5, 42. “with a heart n. fired,” Caes. II, 1, 332. “n. added,” IV, 3, 209. “n. built,” Cymb. I, 5, 59. “and shall make your lord, that which he is, n. o'er,” I, 6, 165.
3) in a manner not known before: “to n. found methods and to compounds strange,” Sonn. 76, 4. “all my best is dressing old words n.” Sonn. 76, 4 “n. fangled ill,” 91, 3. “full of n. found oaths,” Gent. IV, 4, 134. “old Adam n. apparelled,” Err. IV, 3, 14. “in May's n. fangled mirth,” LLL I, 1, 106. “more n. fangled than an ape,” As IV, 1, 152. “so n. a fashioned robe,” John IV, 2, 27. “with n. tuned oaths,” H5 III, 6, 80. “is it his use? or did the letters work upon his blood and n. create this fault?” Oth. IV, 1, 287.
4) in another manner than before: “so love's face may still seem love to me, though altered n.” Sonn. 93, 3. “n. created the creatures that were mine,” Tp. I, 2, 81. “n. formed them,” Tp. I, 2, 81 “you shall be n. christened in the Tower,” R3 I, 1, 50. “I'll be n. baptized,” Rom. II, 2, 50.
5) anew, afresh, again: “his n. appearing sight,” Sonn. 7, 3. “and with old woes n. wail my dear time's waste,” 30, 4. “which I n. pay as if not paid before,” 30, 4 “by n. unfolding his imprisoned pride,” 52, 12. “she was n. lodged,” Compl. 84. “would again betray the forebetrayed, and n. pervert a reconciled maid,” Compl. 84 “go back again, and be n. beaten home,” Err. II, 1, 76. “now thou and I are n. in amity,” Mids. IV, 1, 92. “I'll n. woo my queen,” Wint. III, 2, 157. “an ancient tale n. told,” John IV, 2, 18. “before you were n. crowned,” John IV, 2, 18 “n. lamenting ancient oversights,” H4B II, 3, 47. I “Richard's body have interred n.” H5 IV, 1, 312. “who set this ancient quarrel n. abroach?” Rom. I, 1, 111. “aroused vengeance sets him n. at work,” Hml. II, 2, 510.
6) lately, recently, freshly: “n. fallen snow,” Ven. 354. “the n. sprung flower,” Ven. 354 “a n. killed bird,” Lucr. 457. “lips n. waxen pale,” Lucr. 457 “where two contracted n. come daily to the banks,” Sonn. 56, 10. “till n. born chins be rough,” Tp. II, 1, 249. “evils by remissness n. conceived,” Meas. II, 2, 96. “this n. married man,” V, 405. “my n. trothed lord,” Ado III, 1, 38. “a n. devised courtesy,” LLL I, 2, 66. “a n. crowned monarch,” Merch. III, 2, 50. “a messenger n. come from Padua,” IV, 1, 109. “to seal love's bonds n. made,” II, 6, 6. “this n. fallen dignity,” As V, 4, 182. “as one n. risen from a dream,” Shr. IV, 1, 189. “her n. built virtue and obedience,” V, 2, 118. “I met with things n. born,” Wint. III, 3, 117. “n. made honour doth forget men's names,” John I, 187. “one n. burned,” III, 1, 278. “a n. untrimmed bride,” III, 1, 278 “even before this truce, but n. before,” III, 1, 278 “as red as n. enkindled fire,” IV, 2, 163. “I am a prophet n. inspired,” R2 II, 1, 31. “a gasping n. delivered mother,” II, 2, 65. “the n. made king,” V, 2, 45. “the n. come spring,” V, 2, 45 “n. lighted from his horse,” H4A I, 1, 63. “his chin n. reaped,” I, 3, 34. “your n. fallen right,” V, 1, 44. “n. healed wound,” H4B I, 2, 166. “n. dated letters,” IV, 1, 8. “a n. married wife,” H5 V, 2, 190. “your honours n. begot,” H6A I, 1, 79. “a holy prophetess n. risen up,” I, 4, 102. “his n. come champion,” II, 2, 20. “a man n. haled from the rack,” II, 5, 3. “the n. made duke,” H6B I, 1, 109. I, 2, 95. “his n. made bride,” H6C III, 3, 207. “n. committed to the bishop of York,” IV, 4, 11. “whiles thy head is warm and n. cut off,” V, 1, 55. “the n. delivered Hastings,” R3 I, 1, 121. “the n. healed wound,” II, 2, 125. “my unblown flowers, n. appearing sweets,” IV, 4, 10. “a n. ta'en sparrow,” Troil. III, 2, 36. “n. born gawds,” III, 3, 176. “this n. made empress,” Tit. II, 1, 20. “n. married ladies,” II, 2, 15. “thy n. transformed limbs,” II, 3, 64. “n. shed blood,” II, 3, 64 “but n. struck nine,” Rom. I, 1, 167. “her n. beloved,” II Prol. 12 (or adj.?). “a n. made grave,” IV, 1, 84. “warm and n. killed,” V, 3, 197. “the n. made bridegroom,” V, 3, 197 “n. planted orchards,” Caes. III, 2, 253. “a n. born babe,” Mcb. I, 7, 21. “n. hatched,” II, 3, 64. “each n. hatched comrade,” Hml. I, 3, 65 (Ff unhatched). “n. born babe,” III, 3, 71. “n. lighted,” III, 4, 59. “n. adopted to our hate,” Lr. I, 1, 206. “their precious stones n. lost,” V, 3, 190.
Most of the compounds registered below are not hyphened in O. Edd.
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