newlywed

[noo-lee-wed, nyoo-]
noun
a person who has recently married.

Origin:
1915–20; newly + wed

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newlywed (ˈnjuːlɪˌwɛd)
 
n
(often plural) a recently married person

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As well as being cultural, the newlywed duke and duchess seem to inspire cultural innovation.
The management can customize a honeymoon package to fit the tastes and pocketbook of every newlywed couple.
It is a skill-based non-religious workshop designed for engaged and newlywed couples.
Data from a sample of newlywed couples support this hypothesis as well as the validity of our measure of cooperation.
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