Definition of New-made
1. Adjective. Newly made. "The aroma of new-made bread"
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Literary usage of New-made
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1. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut [1636-1776] by Connecticut, Connecticut General Assembly, Connecticut Council, Council of Safety (Conn.)., James Hammond Trumbull, Charles Jeremy Hoadly (1885)
"Barns hereby has liberty granted him of choosing whether he will be of said new made society or remain and belong to the first society in said Waterbury, ..."
2. The Freemason's Monitor, Or, Illustrations of Masonry: In Two Parts by Thomas Smith Webb (1818)
"... to which must be suspended,- hanging on the breast, a solid triangle. C/iarge to a new made Intimate Secretary. " MY BROTHER, " I receive you an ..."
3. The Glory and the Shame of England by Charles Edwards Lester (1845)
"As I was strolling about the Cemetery, a funeral procession came in ; and I followed it to the new- made grave. The utter heartlessness with which the ..."