over again; again; once more:
to play the tune anew.
in a new form or manner:
to write the story anew.
Contemporary Examples

But every time I spoke to this tall, soft-spoken man, I heard hope spring anew.
The Refugee I Know Stephen Slater June 6, 2012

He said deterring Hamas anew would require “massive air strikes for some days.”
Israel Is Losing Dan Ephron March 22, 2011

Deterring Hamas anew would require “massive air strikes for some days.”
Israel Is Losing Dan Ephron March 22, 2011

And conservatives—especially the Tea Party—will try to lure him anew into debating other issues, like the debt and regulations.
Obama’s Summer Blues Eleanor Clift September 1, 2011

Historical Examples

My invention and my courage were anew bent to obviate this pressing evil.
Edgar Huntley Charles Brockden Brown

He was resolved to be all condescension, if anew you had not provoked him.
Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9) Samuel Richardson

The spell of it all, against which he had so often fought, came over John anew.
The Hillman E. Phillips Oppenheim

He thanked him, and said he would not anew expose himself to the danger of sinning.
The Phantom World Augustin Calmet

The procession had nearly passed us when we saw a sight calculated to animate us anew with a justifiable pride.
Meadow Grass Alice Brown

Sir Oliver remonstrated with him and in such terms as to put heart into him anew.
The Sea-Hawk Raphael Sabatini

over again; once more
in a different way; afresh

c.1300, a neue, from Old English of-niowe; see a- (1) + new. One-word form dominant from c.1400.


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