Synonyms of 'newly'
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You use just to say that something happened a very short time ago, or is starting to happen at the present time. For example, if you say that someone has just arrived, you mean that they arrived a very short time ago.
The two had only just met.
You use lately to describe events in the recent past, or situations that started a short time ago.
His health hasn't been too good lately.
Thesaurus for newly from the Collins English Thesaurus
Newly is used before a past participle or an adjective to indicate that a particular action is very recent , or that a particular state of affairs has very recently begun to exist.