1. Lately; recently.
He rubbed it o'er with newly gathered mint.Dryden.
2. Anew; afresh; freshly.
And the refined mind doth newly fashionSpenser.
Into a fairer form.
(New"mar`ket) n. [From Newmarket, England.] A long, closely fitting cloak.
(New`-mod"el) v. t. To remodel.
(New"ness) n. The quality or state of being new; as, the newness of a system; the newness
of a scene; newness of life.
(News) n [From New; cf. F. nounelles. News is plural in form, but is commonly used with a singular
1. A report of recent occurrences; information of something that has lately taken place, or of something
before unknown; fresh tidings; recent intelligence.
Evil news rides post, while good news baits.Milton.
2. Something strange or newly happened.
It is no news for the weak and poor to be a prey to the strong and rich.L'Estrange.
3. A bearer of news; a courier; a newspaper. [Obs.]
There cometh a news thither with his horse.Pepys.
(News"-book`) n. A newspaper. [Obs.]
(News"boy`) n. A boy who distributes or sells newspapers.
(News"-let`ter) n. A circular letter, written or printed for the purpose of disseminating news.
This was the name given to the earliest English newspapers.
(News"man) n.; pl. Newsmen
1. One who brings news. [Obs.] Spenser.
2. A man who distributes or sells newspapers.
(News"mon`ger) n. One who deals in news; one who is active in hearing and telling news.
(News"pa`per) n. A sheet of paper printed and distributed, at stated intervals, for conveying
intelligence of passing events, advocating opinions, etc.; a public print that circulates news, advertisements,
proceedings of legislative bodies, public announcements, etc.
(News"room`) n. A room where news is collected and disseminated, or periodicals sold; a
reading room supplied with newspapers, magazines, etc.
(News"-vnd`er) n. A seller of newspapers.
(News"-writ`er) n. One who gathered news for, and wrote, news-letters. Macaulay.