[ UK /fɹˈɛʃmən/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹɛʃmən/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹɛʃmən/ ]
- a first-year undergraduate
- any new participant in some activity
used of a person in the first year of an experience (especially in United States high school or college)
freshman year in high school or college
a freshman senator
How To Use freshman In A Sentence
- I don't think we should be ruled (in stylistic matters) by teachers of Freshman Comp. Passive Voice Should Be Avoided, Especially in Blog Post Titles
- She is currently enrolled at California State University Fullerton as a freshman in the Honors Program.
- Ever since we met at freshman orientation last year, we've bumped heads.
- Because Selma University was unaccredited, Spring Hill wanted Motley to enter as a freshman, which she found intolerable.
- Except for being the punchline of a few freshman jokes, being the lone "freshy" on the tennis team hasn't been too bad, either. Paul & Matt's Sports Attack
- It is nice to get a bit of the "other side" of the story ... my version of World History taught in freshman year of High School, al; though not strictly anti-Catholic, nevertheless really downplayed the accomplishments of the Church. Weird Things
- That is for a very good reason and similarly I would NOT hire a freshman senator to be the C-in-C of my country either. Roberts: McCain grapples with major fundraising challenge
- In addition to the line, the secondary is a question mark for the Terrapins, who will be looking for Kenny Tate and Antwine Perez to step up their game now that they are the projected starters at safety, while redshirt freshman Dexter McDougle could find himself starting at corner. Around the Atlantic Coast Conference
- Tara is one of the finest coaches in the country, and she has just recruited one of her best freshman classes.
- Harker came to Delaware five years ago less than 1 percent of the freshman class was international.