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neophyte
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Jane Eyre
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  • You have no right to preach to me, you neophyte, that have not passed the porch of life, and are absolutely unacquainted with its mysteries.
  • I have a woman’s heart, but not where you are concerned; for you I have only a comrade’s constancy; a fellow-soldier’s frankness, fidelity, fraternity, if you like; a neophyte’s respect and submission to his hierophant: nothing more — don’t fear."

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  • I’ve tracked her rise from the time she was just a neophyte extra excited to be on the big screen.
  • They claim their software is neophyte-friendly.

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