The newcomer promises to contribute; the newcomer is entitled to receive.
How has your own experience as a newcomer to the U.S. involved the American response to the “other,” the “foreigner?”
Even Lady Gaga, the newcomer, has been on such continuous play that she seems a bit old already.
But more and more often, the HBO newcomer looks, sounds, and feels like real news.
Second, the newcomer hires authentic ambassadors to perform alongside them.
The newcomer bore himself with a cold reserve of conscious superiority.
The bartender winked at Yates as he shoved the decanter over to the newcomer.
But even with their greetings came the explanation, to fill the newcomer with a horror too sudden for concealment.
The clerk was a newcomer from another State, and was not liked by the mill-workers.
She hands the newcomer a little glass in which air bubbles sparkle in the transparent liquid.
"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."