It was there the greenhorn from the country took his first steps in the road to ruin.
Only a greenhorn is careless of the comfort and welfare of his horse.
Nobody loves me, and the mosquitoes has mistook me for a greenhorn.
He told us not to lean out of the windows, not to point, and explained the word "greenhorn."
She, on her side, perceiving what a greenhorn she had to deal with, made up her shrewd little mind to set her cap for me.
I might have knowed it was some greenhorn, when I heard you coming two points off your course.
But it is nevertheless Gospel truth that I was such a greenhorn as to be almost as sorry for you as I was for myself.
In spite of his nickname, Sally was no greenhorn on occasions like this.
Having always been fond of outdoor sports in his Kentucky home, he was, at least, no greenhorn.
He would not be able to help but regard Alan as a kid, a greenhorn; it was natural.
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