Being a novice Syrian War watcher, I assumed the regime had returned in force.
For a novice sailor to keep the ship safe for so long in those conditions was remarkable.
We found many teachers who were already on top of their game, or teachers who were far too novice.
But the calculus turned out to be too arduous for the novice lawmaker.
As a novice sex worker, I picked up my customers in the hotel bars of central London.
Fifty experts against a novice, and no one to help the novice!
I was a novice at honest work, and any special exertion was not then to my taste.
The following notes are to show the novice how far he may go safely.
To which the novice (being to that end instructed by his attendant sponsors) replied 'I do!'
She and Joan Tates, a novice, had not slept in the dorter with the other nuns, but in a private chamber.
mid-14c., "probationer in a religious order," from Old French novice "beginner" (12c.), from Medieval Latin novicius, noun use of Latin novicius "newly imported, newly arrived, inexperienced" (of slaves), from novus "new" (see new). Meaning "inexperienced person" is attested from early 15c.