Examples of newcomer in a Sentence
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Despite its thriving craft-beer scene, the Sunshine State is a relative newcomer to the nation's craft-distillery boom.
Another German newcomer is Lilium Aviation, which flew a two-seat prototype in April.
The former Georgia secretary of state defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff, a political newcomer who sought to wrest control of a suburban Atlanta district that has elected Republicans to Congress since the 1970s.
The asymmetric rules made the industry more attractive to investors, leveling the playing field for newcomers to take on America Movil, which controlled about 70 percent of the market.
The Hilltoppers are set to welcome 12 newcomers – spearheaded by five-star center Mitchell Robinson – after returning just one scholarship player off last year’s team in rising sophomore guard Damari Parris.
CNN was a relative newcomer, Fox News had barely launched, and MSNBC was still in its infancy.
Mr. Macron, a relative political newcomer who was elected on May 7, had called for a strong mandate to advance his legislative agenda, including plans to loosen France’s restrictive labor laws.
Murray has yet to practice with the Vikings because of an ankle injury, but Zimmer spoke highly about the other newcomers.
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First Known Use of newcomer
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Definition of newcomer for English Language Learners
: a person who has recently arrived somewhere or who has recently started a new activity
: something new that has recently been added or created
NEWCOMER Defined for Kids
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