It demonstrated to the neophyte publisher the importance a strong broadband presence can have for a burgeoning brand.
For the aficionado or the neophyte, Comics is a useful overview of a richly creative period in a burgeoning art.
An utterly undeserving wretch defeated a neophyte vulgarian.
Fox is hardly the neophyte he tries to come across as, but this is still good television.
All the hullabaloo confused the neophyte rockers, who had only been a band for two years and were searching for their own voice.
The width of the Irish car is enormous, and occasionally leads the neophyte into trouble.
For one other thing, also, the neophyte in Literature had better be prepared.
Dr. Dieffenbach was present when an aged tohunga was giving a lesson to a neophyte.
Never before had neophyte lived so entirely for the happiness of others.
Once the joys of Chandu become perceptible to the neophyte, a great need is felt—a crying need.
"new convert," 1550s, from Ecclesiastical Latin neophytus, from Greek neophytos "a new convert," noun use of adjective meaning "newly initiated, newly converted," literally "newly planted," from neos "new" (see new) + phytos "grown; planted," verbal adjective of phyein "cause to grow, beget, plant" (see physic). Church sense is from I Tim. iii:6. Rare before 19c. General sense of "one who is new to any subject" is first recorded 1590s.