- n. Plural form of newbie.
“How I'll make time to read even the best newbies is beyond me.”
“One set of rules could have supported, or possibly updated, the 3.5 ruleset (what I would call AD&D) and 4e could just be D&D to rope in newbies/MMO crowd.”
“An experienced writer who will share advice to newbies is gold.”
“LOCAL ADVICE: The staff's line for steelhead newbies is that you're not entitled to hook one until you've been fishing for them every weekend for two years.”
“The sole form of support for bulletin board administrators are the member forums, so my advice to fellow newbies is to take advantage of them, but try not to wail and use lots of exclamation marks, even when you're at the end of your tether.”
“The warmth and welcome of posters to newbies is awesome.”
“Is the tax always 25% on the newbies, is it ever higher? thanks,”
“Three snow "newbies" - two from other states, one from overseas - have been named winners of a free winter in Colorado in a contest run by the”
“Even though she is not really fluent herself yet, she feels confident when helping the true "newbies" -- this is great for her confidence!”
“The recipes all include some whole grains, but aren’t completely reliant on them, so the breads will be just as appealing to whole grain newbies as they will be to those who have hand more experience with whole grain baking.”
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