Examples of newcomer in a Sentence
he's a newcomer to ice hockey
Recent Examples of newcomer from the Web
Thompson is a relative newcomer to Del Mar who bought his six-bedroom Camino del Mar abode in 2012.
In the House of Delegates, incumbents Terri Hill and Eric Ebersole, of Columbia and Catonsville, respectively, both elected in 2014, will be joined by newcomer Jessica Feldmark, of Columbia, during the general election.
In the 14th Congressional District, 10-term Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley is facing an unexpectedly fierce challenge from the left by newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In a major upset for the Democratic Party establishment, Rep. Joe Crowley of New York lost his primary election Tuesday, unseated by a young progressive newcomer who reflects restiveness in the left wing of the party.
The role of Princess Anne will be played by newcomer Erin Doherty, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Both networks are newcomers to World Cup broadcasts.
Much of the familiar cast is gone, replaced by newcomers with different fighting styles.
They are joined by newcomers Ginny Pease, John Griswold, Deb Culhane, Scott Roehl and Andrew Anderson.
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NEWCOMER Defined for English Language Learners
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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