[noo-kuhm-er, nyoo-] /ˈnuˌkʌm ər, ˈnyu-/
a person or thing that has recently arrived; arrival:
She is a newcomer to our city. The firm is a newcomer in the field of advertising.
a person who has recently arrived or started to participate in something
“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.”
- New country
noun 1. a style of country music that emerged in the late 1980s characterized by a more contemporary sound and down-to-earth rather than sentimental lyrics
noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letters) (in Christian exegesis) the promises of salvation made by God to humans individually, based on divine grace rather than Mosaic Law.
noun 1. (often initial capital letters) an approach to the critical study of literature that concentrates on textual explication and rejects historical and biographical study as irrelevant to an understanding of the total formal organization of a work. noun 1. an approach to literary criticism through close analysis of the text
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