newcomer newcomer  /ˈnu ˌkə mər/


  1. (n) any new participant in some activity
  2. (n) a recent arrival


  1. You can also try newcomer Kayak.
  2. Daley, according to his brother Bill, told Obama that just because Rush had been creamed for the mayoralty didn't mean he could be dethroned by a newcomer.
  3. And so far Expedia has outhustled the newcomer, mainly by vastly improving its profit margins on hotel bookings.


  1. Garden Q&A: Several plants meet needs for Pittsburgh newcomer

    By Tribune-Review Q: I am a newcomer to Western Pennsylvania, and I need your advice. I have an area along a walkway that is about 2 feet ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Newcomer to Silver City reopens Three Dogs Coffeehouse

    SILVER CITY — A newcomer to Silver City has bought Three Dogs Coffeehouse on Bullard Street and reopened the shuttered shop just a few weeks after it closed.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Silver City Sun-News

  3. Newcomer becomes first announced Democrat for Senate seat

    ATLANTA - Political newcomer Branko Radulovacki is the first Democrat to enter the race to succeed retiring U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss. Radulovacki said Wednesday that word is slowly getting around...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Rome News-Tribune


  1. "I think I was nominated in 1951 for the most promising newcomer. I'm glad I finally realised my potential," Caron said.
    on Sep 9, 2007 By: Leslie Caron Source: BBC News

  2. "He's listening, but he's not coming as a newcomer," Regev said.
    on Jul 23, 2007 By: Mark Regev Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I'm outworking them. That's what I'm going to do," Romney said of his opponents. "They have the advantage of long-term name recognition and political history, and I'm a relative newcomer. I'm a come-from-behind guy. I'm doing my best to...
    on Nov 14, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: Forbes

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