from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Just arrived; lately come.
- n. A stranger newly arrived; a new-comer.
- n. The time at which any fruit comes into season.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Recently come.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Just arrived; lately come.
- n. A stranger newly arrived; a newcomer.
- n. The time when any fruit comes in season.
The newcome Reds took all the muskets away from the gun-toters, and then led them off into the woods.
My name is Katherine, and I'm a newcome-lurker to your blog.
Paz has an interesting sounding salad with arugula, and another newcome, Pille from Nami Nami has a great sounding gratin with arugula, feta, and tomatoes.
The eighth of Ianuary, foure of the said 5. newcome shippes (God send them a prosperous voyage) set saile toward the Moluccas.
She was a queen newcome to her throne and the crown was dangerously unsteady on her head.
For swift, indeed, were the newcome saints to preach the Evangel of alphabet; and negro schools seemed to have been smuggled in by every army ambulance, so numerously did they spring up in the captured
And mingled with all the hours of happiness of those times there were hours, also, of emptiness and loneliness -- hours when, newcome to my surroundings, for fear of rebuff I walked alone.
But, after all, who is so proud of newcome titles as the Superintendent of the
So says I to mesilf: 'I will throw this newcome, whoiver he is, off his guard, be callin' him be a sthrange name! '
The eighth of Ianuary, foure of the said 5. newcome shippes (God send them