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a·new

 (ə-no͞o′, ə-nyo͞o′)
adv.
1. Once more; again.
2. In a new and different way, form, or manner.

[Middle English : a, of (from Old English of; see of) + new, new thing (from Old English nīwe; see new), or a-, on; see a-2 + new.]

anew

(əˈnjuː)
adv
1. over again; once more
2. in a different way; afresh
[Old English of nīwe; see of, new]

a•new

(əˈnu, əˈnyu)

adv.
1. over again; once more: to play the tune anew.
2. in a new form or manner: to write the story anew.
[before 1000; Middle English onew, of newe, Old English of niowe; see a-2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.anew - again but in a new or different way; "start afresh"; "wanted to write the story anew"; "starting life anew in a fresh place"

anew

anew

adverb
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Translations

anew

[əˈnjuː] ADV (liter) → de nuevo, otra vez
to begin anewcomenzar de nuevo, volver a empezar

anew

[əˈnjuː] adv [start, begin] → de plus belle
to be born anew → renaître
to start life anew → commencer une nouvelle vie

anew

adv
(= again)aufs Neue; let’s start anewfangen wir wieder von vorn or von Neuem an
(= in a new way)auf eine neue Art und Weise

anew

[əˈnjuː] adv (liter) → di nuovo
to begin anew → ricominciare
References in classic literature ?
I have had unformed ideas of striving afresh, beginning anew, shaking off sloth and sensuality, and fighting out the abandoned fight.
Finally, to those nations who would make themselves our adversaries, we offer not a pledge but a request: that both sides begin anew the quest for peace; before the dark powers of destruction unleashed by science engulf all humanity in planned or accidental self-destruction.
Tess, surprised beyond measure, slid farther back still on her seat, at which he urged the horse anew, and rocked her the more.
I wish them neither to learn afresh, nor teach anew, but only to bid farewell to their own bodies,--and thus be dumb.
He said he was after the stove-polish man; and with this he broke out cursing and swearing anew.
She realized that she had neglected her reading, and determined to start anew upon a course of improving studies, now that her time was completely her own to do with as she liked.
The women burst anew into cries as if they had all been stabbed.
We likewise perceive from this, that the true use of respiration is to bring sufficient fresh air into the lungs, to cause the blood which flows into them from the right ventricle of the heart, where it has been rarefied and, as it were, changed into vapors, to become thick, and to convert it anew into blood, before it flows into the left cavity, without which process it would be unfit for the nourishment of the fire that is there.
Let us for this day cease fighting; hereafter we will fight anew till heaven decide between us, and give victory to one or to the other; night is now falling, and the behests of night may not be well gainsaid.
Yes; and many is the time, when, after the severest uninterrupted labors, which know no night; continuing straight through for ninety-six hours; when from the boat, where they have swelled their wrists with all day rowing on the Line, --they only step to the deck to carry vast chains, and heave the heavy windlass, and cut and slash, yea, and in their very sweatings to be smoked and burned anew by the combined fires of the equatorial sun and the equatorial try-works; when, on the heel of all this, they have finally bestirred themselves to cleanse the ship, and make a spotless dairy room of it; many is the time the poor fellows, just buttoning the necks of their clean frocks, are startled by the cry of There she blows
Go on, my dear friend, till you, and those who, like you, have been saved, so as by fire, from the dark prison- house, shall stereotype these free, illegal pulses into statutes; and New England, cutting loose from a blood-stained Union, shall glory in being the house of refuge for the oppressed,--till we no longer merely "~hide~ the outcast," or make a merit of standing idly by while he is hunted in our midst; but, consecrat- ing anew the soil of the Pilgrims as an asylum for the oppressed, proclaim our WELCOME to the slave so loudly, that the tones shall reach every hut in the Carolinas, and make the broken-hearted bondman leap up at the thought of old Massachusetts.
As then we have determined these points, we will leave the rest to be spoken to in another place, as if the subject was now finished; and beginning again anew, first consider the sentiments of those who have treated of the most perfect forms of government.