'NEWLY' in a movie sentence | examples for 'NEWLY' from movies

[Flashback to: A street, Ross is sitting in his newly purchased MGB. Which is one of the better British sports cars ever made. Of course, ‘better’ is a relative term. Which reminds me of a joke. Why don’t the British make computers? Because they couldn’t figure out how to make them leak oil. Anyway, the gang is all staring at his new purchase.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 14

[Scene: Phoebe and Rachel's, Rachel is showing Ross around the newly decorated living room.]

"Friends", season 6, episode 11

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey is sitting the now heeled Rosita as Rachel is sitting in the newly arrived Francette. Francette is one of those new chairs from La-Z-Boy that has and does everything except cook and go to the bathroom for you. It’s got a small refrigerator under one armrest it has phone jacks for the Internet and regular phone, and so much more.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 13

[Scene: Phoebe and Rachel's, they are entering to check out the newly refurbished apartment.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 10

ROSS: Newly appointed head lunch chef who is also in charge of purchasing--

"Friends", season 2, episode 5