There is, I fear, no feature whereby the tyro can distinguish an eagle as it soars overhead high in the heavens.
But this highly dangerous work had better not be attempted by the tyro.
An unsightly, melancholy little spectacle to which the tyro's young heart went out in prompt pity.
A tyro in the art of war could see that much of the strategy that was going on.
Habituation to a rough, quick-action life had taught the tyro to keep his wits, his temper, and his speech.
Any tyro in the logics will tell thee that the onus of proving lies with the accuser.
When the tyro feels that he cannot go further, it is generally because he does not see further.
"I think he's calling to you," said the tyro in the girl's ear.
No tyro basks and takes his ease in his presence, but is instantly put on trial and must answer or be disgraced.
The tyro led her over to a deck-chair and made her sit down.
1610s, from Medieval Latin tyro, variant of Latin tiro (plural tirones) "young soldier, recruit, beginner," of unknown origin.