Examples of newcomer in a Sentence
he's a newcomer to ice hockey
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Voters choose Maloney in mayoral race Park Ridge's 2017 mayoral election pitted an incumbent known for years of city and park district service against a virtually unknown, political newcomer.
But over the last decade or so, FICO’s market dominance has been challenged by a newcomer called VantageScore.
Catalonia’s regional election is being fought by a motley crew of candidates, including the fugitive ex-president, the former vice president who’s jailed in Spain and a newcomer who’s emerged as the homegrown response to Catalan separatism.
He was named Conference USA's co-newcomer of the year.
And their de facto leader — a relative newcomer who herself doesn’t fit Harrisburg’s establishment politician mold — minced no words in calling for Leach’s head.
Heather McCarty is a bit of a newcomer on the strip.
Chic is played by Hart Denton, a relative Hollywood newcomer who has already posed with his fellow cast members on Instagram and sported Riverdale High attire.
But Trinity coach Brandon Nicol saw a newcomer with a ton of potential and recruited him.
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First Known Use of newcomer
Synonymsabecedarian, apprentice, babe, colt, cub, fledgling, freshman, greenhorn, neophyte, newbie, beginner, novice, novitiate, punk, recruit, rook, rookie, tenderfoot, tyro, virgin
Antonymsold hand, old-timer, vet, veteran
Related Wordsboot; amateur, dabbler, dilettante; learner, student, trainee; candidate, entrant, probationer
Near Antonymsexpert, master, pro, professional
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