But then, faced with the growing influence of the tyros, many of them started to listen and learn.
You fellows, continued Don, turning to the two tyros, had better run along and watch me over the hurdles.
They also understood the plains and mountains but were tyros at trapping.
On the morning to which we referred in this chapter our two young friends started out, not as tyros, but as experienced fishers.
The 'tyros young and old,' of whom Plato speaks, probably include both.
This is one of the woodcock's best stratagems, and it succeeds ten times out of twelve, at least with the tyros among sportsmen.
Behind him trailed three comrades, two of whom, at least, were tyros in the art of horsemanship.
As is common with all tyros, he fancied a very little knowledge sufficient authority for very great theories.
There are laymen, tyros, neophytes, proficients and artists.
Personal bravery is a quality which can stir and develop the best in tyros at the military game.
1610s, from Medieval Latin tyro, variant of Latin tiro (plural tirones) "young soldier, recruit, beginner," of unknown origin.