freshman : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a first-year undergraduate
- n any new participant in some activity
- s used of a person in the first year of an experience (especially in United States high school or college)
a freshman senator
freshman year in high school or college
- More than 50% of the incoming class will take part in freshman seminars this year, up from about 40% last year.
- On health care, freshman Dems face a choice between their liberal leaders and more moderate voters.
- WHITTIER COLLEGE Eliminated one day of freshman orientation, saving $50,000.
- Mike Garrett in TideSports.com
I'm writing to follow up with you on the report that your institution called freshman USC football student-athlete Dillon Baxter without permission to contact,Garrett said in the letter to Moore. "I have spoken with Mr. Baxter and he has...
- Jon Scheyer in USA Today
We're happy to get this win,Scheyer said. "We've worked really hard, this group, and I think we've come a long way since our freshman year. And to be in a position in the Final Four and contend for a national championship, it means a lot....
- Mark Richt in International Herald Tribune
I think he's ready to fly,Richt said. "He improved tremendously from his freshman year. We're all kind of growing together with Matt. This year we ought to see a better performance by him, not only because he's better but because the guys...