a newcomer; a new arrival; a person who is new to a situation or activity
usu. new kid in town, new kid on the block
This year, however, Olsen is no longer the new kid on the block.
Grumpy John McCain is back and telling the new kid to get off his lawn.
Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and new kid on the block, Iggy Azalea were discovered by Akon, Usher, and T.I., respectively.
“Gluten sensitivity is the new kid on the block,” says Alice Bast, president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness.
Then, like a true BuzzFeeder acolyte, he added: “This story will blow over as soon as the Kardashians have a new kid.”
Toady was a new kid in town, because his father had come to Riverbank to start a store.
It had been a wrench, of course, to allow a new kid to treat him!
That comes of trusting a new kid, that sings comic songs, and parts his hair the wrong side, with a secret.
After all, this was a new kid, and a pretty poor specimen at that.
The crowd broke up except for a few admirers of Rodber, who was telling Michael that he had done tolerably well for a new kid.