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  • noun Alternative form of newcomer.

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Examples

  • Now malahini means new-comer, tender-foot; and, despite the prettiness of their stroke, he knew that none except malahinis would venture into the racing channel beyond the diving-stage.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • Being a new-comer, they started to twist me, not knowing I gathered in every word of Chinook they uttered.

    SIWASH

  • Though he often portrays himself as a quintessential new-comer, a businessman intolerant with the rituals of politics, Mr. Berlusconi has always been more of a politician than he likes to admit.

    How Berlusconi Survived This Long

  • He strode forward and gazed long and earnestly at the new-comer.

    NAM-BOK THE UNVERACIOUS

  • It took courage for T.W. to confess an accident like the one he had ... and I have to encourage Semp to reconsider having your daughter or new-comer help with the reloading experience.

    An Expert Gunsmith on Over-Pressure Rounds and Exploding Handguns

  • For other countries that rely on free access to the U.S. market for their own economic development, this essentially meant that China, a relative new-comer to free trade, was rapidly squeezing out the rest of the world in the most important global market.

    David Paul: While Washington Turns to 2012, Ben Bernanke Is Still Focused on 2008

  • For other countries that rely on free access to the U.S. market for their own economic development, this essentially meant that China, a relative new-comer to free trade, was rapidly squeezing out the rest of the world in the most important global market.

    David Paul: While Washington Turns to 2012, Ben Bernanke Is Still Focused on 2008

  • "Any kind of work, no trade," he told the agent; and was interrupted by a new-comer, dressed rather foppishly, as some workingmen dress who have instincts for finer things.

    Chapter 16

  • For other countries that rely on free access to the U.S. market for their own economic development, this essentially meant that China, a relative new-comer to free trade, was rapidly squeezing out the rest of the world in the most important global market.

    David Paul: While Washington Turns to 2012, Ben Bernanke Is Still Focused on 2008

  • It took courage for T.W. to confess an accident like the one he had ... and I have to encourage Semp to reconsider having your daughter or new-comer help with the reloading experience.

    An Expert Gunsmith on Over-Pressure Rounds and Exploding Handguns

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