newfound

All Adjective Noun
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  • The film follows her journey as she finds true love and a newfound appreciation of life.
  • Steve says that his newfound religious faith convinced him that everything would be right in his life if he got his family back.
  • Having no real goals, Harvey was not sure what he wanted to do with his newfound freedom.
  • His newfound interest in such novels motivated him to begin work on a novel of his own.
  • One day, she comes into heat and has no idea what to do with her newfound feelings and urges.
  • As he grew older he gained appreciation in his newfound home.
  • In the final scene Joe runs off into the distance, enjoying his newfound freedom.
  • The book ends with Robert in class using his newfound mathematical knowledge.
  • He uses his newfound strength to break his bonds and escape his captors.
  • Their newfound contribution of live musicians allowed for the group to operate more like a band than a studio act.
  • With her newfound family, the good news began to flood in.
  • He boasts that he can find more girls that will actually appreciate him because of his newfound height.
  • Given his newfound ability, Lightning Lord decided to turn to a life of crime.
  • He attributed these to dealing with both the death of his father and his newfound success and popularity.
  • The two appear to have a newfound happiness, and spend a lot of time together.
  • He eventually ends up revealing his newfound powers to his wife, who has discovered that she has superspeed.
  • The three friends put their newfound skills into practice fighting four members of Johnny's gang.
  • Now they must keep their newfound fans from finding out that Ayumi is actually a boy.
  • He no longer had time for baseball, now devoting all his time and energy into learning his newfound craft.
  • He is also confused by the newfound guilt he suddenly feels about his last affairs.
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