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Tuesday word: Novice

November 24, 2020

Novice (noun)
nov·ice [nov-is]


noun
1. a person who is new to the circumstances, work, etc., in which he or she is placed; beginner; tyro: a novice in politics.
2. a person who has been received into a religious order or congregation for a period of probation before taking vows.
3. a person newly become a church member.
4. a recent convert to Christianity.

OTHER WORDS FROM NOVICE
nov·ice·hood, noun
nov·ice·like, adjective

WORDS RELATED TO NOVICE
beginner, learner, neophyte, newcomer, pupil, trainee, gremlin, convert, tenderfoot, proselyte, punk, colt, novitiate, recruit, mark, cub, student, rookie, amateur, fledgling

SYNONYMS FOR NOVICE
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1. newcomer.
1, 2. neophyte.

Origin: 1300–50; Middle English novyce < Middle French novice < Medieval Latin novitius convent novice, variant of Latin novicius newly come into a particular status, derivative of novus new. See -itious

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR NOVICE
Learning Python opens up a huge new world where open-source code and open-source trained models now give even programming novices the opportunity to leverage these technologies for a huge variety of digital marketing goals.
HOW TO USE SUPER-RESOLUTION AND IMPROVE ONSITE IMAGE QUALITY|KRISTIN TYNSKI|SEPTEMBER 1, 2020|SEARCH ENGINE WATCH

However, when a novice creates a strategy, works for three to six months, and sees no returns, they often are at a loss.
CONTENT MARKETING FAILS: HOW TO ANALYZE AND IMPROVE|MICHAEL DOER|AUGUST 27, 2020|SEARCH ENGINE WATCH

If it’s a game of, let’s say, a grandmaster in chess playing against a novice, they’ll probably win all the games.
THE ECONOMICS OF SPORTS GAMBLING (EP. 388 REBROADCAST)|STEPHEN J. DUBNER|AUGUST 20, 2020|FREAKONOMICS

Canoo was founded just two years ago, but it’s hardly a team of novices.
ELECTRIC-VEHICLE STARTUP CANOO TO GO PUBLIC, JOINING THE WAVE OF COMPANIES CHASING TESLA’S SUCCESS|DZANEMORRIS|AUGUST 18, 2020|FORTUNE
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