Crossword clues for newcome
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Newcome \New"come`\ (n[=u]"k[u^]m`), a. Recently come.
Etymology 1 a. Just arrived; lately come. Etymology 2
n. 1 A stranger newly arrived; a new-comer. 2 (context dialectal English) The time at which any fruit comes into season.
Newcome may refer to:
- Frederick Clive Newcome, (1847–1894), English Landscape painter, chiefly in watercolours
- Henry Newcome (1627–1695), English nonconformist preacher and activist
- James Newcome DL (born 1953), the current Bishop of Carlisle in the Diocese of Carlisle
- John Newcome (died 1938), Irish politician
- Peter Newcome (1715–1779), English educator and Fellow of the Royal Society
- Peter Newcome (antiquary) (1727–1797), English cleric, known as an antiquarian
- Richard Newcome (1701–1769), English bishop of Llandaff and bishop of St Asaph
- William Newcome (1729–1800), Englishman and cleric of the Church of Ireland
- William Newcome (cricketer) (1813–1897), English clergyman and a cricketer
- Newcome Cappe (1733–1800), English unitarian divine
Usage examples of "newcome".
When we visit the Charterhouse School, and see the old forms where the boys sat nearly a century ago, we have in our minds Colonel Newcome as really as we have Charles Lamb and Coleridge and De Quincey.