anew

[uh-noo, uh-nyoo]
adverb
1.
over again; again; once more: to play the tune anew.
2.
in a new form or manner: to write the story anew.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English onew, of newe; see a-2), Old English of niowe, probably modeled on Old French de neuf; replacing Old English edniwe once more

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

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anew
from O.E. of-niowe (c.975). See a- (1) + new.
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Example sentences
And so, the age-old fight over land and food has begun anew.
The caffeine-reduced extract can then be reused to begin the process anew.
He will keep that payout rather than being paid anew this year, and the board
  has agreed to negotiate a new contract with him.
But there is no way to tell whether this will happen until next summer, when
  fighting begins anew.
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