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new start

noun
1.
an employee who has just joined a company or organization
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  • She's been meddled with all her life, an' I'll be whipped if she sha'n't make a new start.

    Tiverton Tales Alice Brown
  • He needs to make a new start in his civil and political career.

  • "Looks to me like Jack would make that new start in jail," snapped the Captain.

    Oh, You Tex! William Macleod Raine
  • "I've not seen much of you lately, anywhere," said Millard, making a new start.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • Seein' you on your feet, Mary, gives me a new start every time.

    The Faith Healer William Vaughn Moody

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