Examples of rookie in a Sentence
There are three rookies in the starting lineup.
an experienced policeman whose partner is a rookie
Recent Examples of rookie from the Web
So, out went 75 percent of CGR’s stable – Tony Kanaan, Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball – and in came reigning rookie of the year Ed Jones to join the lone survivor of the cuts, Scott Dixon.
In fact, Tannehill likely wouldn’t have started as a rookie if Garrard hadn’t sustained a preseason knee injury.
To Ricky Sanchez podcast to protest Malcolm Brogdon winning last year's rookie of the year award over Embiid, and to a lesser extent, Saric.
His my ball attitude is a huge reason Smith was voted the American Athletic Conference rookie of the year in 2015.
Fulmer won the American League rookie of the year with the Tigers in 2016.
Williams, a candidate for AAC rookie of the year, is averaging 18.6 points while shooting 44.3 percent on 3-pointers over the last 10 games.
Peters became the Chiefs’ first NFL’s defensive rookie of the year since cornerback Dale Carter in 1992.
Fairfield's Diana DeVita was named MAAC women's lacrosse rookie of the week after scoring four goals Wednesday in a 13-12 loss at UConn.
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Origin and Etymology of rookie
First Known Use: 1868See Words from the same year
ROOKIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rookie for English Language Learners
: a first-year player in a professional sport
: a person who has just started a job or activity and has little experience
ROOKIE Defined for Kids
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