Examples from the Web for newcomer
But more and more often, the HBO newcomer looks, sounds, and feels like real news.‘Last Week Tonight’ Does Real Journalism, No Matter What John Oliver Says|Asawin Suebsaeng|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Soso, played by newcomer Kimiko Glenn, is a hippie in the worst sense of the word.Orange Is the New Black’s Kimiko Glenn on Hippie Brook Soso and Chapel Sex with Natasha Lyonne|Marlow Stern|June 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their hope was to rattle the newcomer, but the incident just embarrassed the incumbent.
Rather, it was a newcomer on the Hollywood scene: Adele Dazeem.John Travolta and the Birth of the Adele Dazeem Phenomenon|Amy Zimmerman|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The story centers on Aedes albopictus, aka the Tiger mosquito, a newcomer to the New World.Chikungunya: The Mosquito-Borne Virus That Contorts Your Limbs|Kent Sepkowitz|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I recognized the newcomer at a single glance, and for the moment my heart fairly choked me—it was Craig.My Lady of the North|Randall Parrish
I turned away for the cup, and Private Penny, laying down his mug, addressed the newcomer.
Within, beside Reebeler himself, were a number of men, all of whom narrowly scrutinized the newcomer.The Lighted Match|Charles Neville Buck
But the hitch is here: we have eleven lawyers in Jacksonville and another one studying to be a lawyer; this newcomer, Douglas.Children of the Market Place|Edgar Lee Masters
As he reached the ground, the newcomer extended his hand, as if offering to shake Roy's palm.The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise|Margaret Burnham
British Dictionary definitions for newcomer
Word Origin and History for newcomer
"recent arrival," mid-15c., with agent noun ending from new-come (past participle adjective), c.1200, from Old English niwe cumen. Old English also used niwcumen as a noun meaning "newcomer, neophyte."