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Synonyms for rookie

Synonyms for rookie

an awkward and inexperienced youth

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8 Which rookie holds the record for the most RBIs in his first major-league game?
"I didn't even know until a few weeks ago that I'd be considered a rookie or not as I didn't have a card before the season," he said of his rookie win.
He won't get the chance to break the NFL record of 1,104 yards for undrafted rookie running backs that was set by the Colts' Dominic Rhodes in 2001.
"I'm wondering how an 18-year-old rookie can swing like that.
Sessions are PS5 per player - for more information on the intu Rookie League go to newcastleeagles.com/community/rookie-league.
It was the times he set winning the UK title that propelled him to second place in the European rookie rankings.
"To be a rookie in the States and be up against it - the crowd as well as the team - it's a little extra.
While the analysis failed to find a relationship between homegrown pitchers and game attendance, a control variable in the model--the rookie status of the game's starting pitchers--had an unexpectedly positive and statistically significant effect on attendance.
The Rookie of the Year program (https://www.californiacu.org/default.aspx?v=0cdfca3f-5933-4d18-a79c-015fb4852031) was created and underwritten by California Credit Union in conjunction with Security Benefit, a retirement specialist serving the credit union's members.
MARTYN Meade took the brave decision to bypass a Classic opportunity with Irish Rookie and his decision can pay dividends in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot tomorrow.
At the same meet, freshman Megan Perrin won the javelin with a school-record throw of 134 feet, 10 inches, and was named NE-10 Rookie Field Athlete of the Week.
Rookie Smarts addresses the questions every experienced professional faces: "Will my knowledge and skills become obsolete and irrelevant?
In her book, "Rookie Smarts," author Liz Wiseman extols the virtues the inexperienced can bring to a project with several compelling arguments and case studies.