a first-year undergraduate
newcomer, fledgling, fledgeling, starter, neophyte, freshman, newbie, entrant(adj)
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)
"a freshman senator"; "freshman year in high school or college"
A novice; one in the rudiments of knowledge.
A person of either sex entering the first year of an institution, especially a high school (ninth grade), a university, or legislative body.
At the time I was a wide-eyed freshman, but I was soon to grow jaded and cynical.
novice; one in the rudiments of knowledge; especially, a student during his fist year in a college or university
A freshman or fresher is a first-year student in secondary school, high school, college or university. The term first year can also be used as a noun, to describe the students themselves or others.
Etymology and Origins
An undergraduate in his first year at a university.
The numerical value of freshman in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of freshman in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of freshman in a Sentence
I was sad and depressed, issues with food were tied to my emotions, i didn't feel I was pretty enough to join a sorority, no other freshman girls looked like I did.
There are people I meet randomly who are like: 'Oh my gosh, you're in Off the Beat? I've been to every Off the Beat show since I was a freshman,'.
John Lewis was one of the rare political figures in Washington who was widely revered. At a time when politics isso divisive and Republicans and Democrats are firmly entrenched in separate camps, John Lewis was the congressman who transcended party affiliation and was regarded as a national treasure in Washington. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., said she burst into tears when she first arrived at the Capitol for freshman orientation in 2018 and had a chance to meet John Lewis. I ran into Congressman John Lewis and I burst into tears and I said to him, Sir, I read about you in middle school and you are here in the flesh and I get to be your colleague.
It was a comfort for everyone being around their peers, the freshman had it the hardest, because they were starting high school for the first time just like her.
I think it's divorced from reality, when you look at the actual receipts, when you look at Rep. Tlaib's work, it's rare for a freshman to have a bill signed into law, especially( by) a president of the opposing party. And she did that. And that's the same President that she ran on impeaching.
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- novato, mechónSpanish
- bleu, bleue, bizut, bizuthFrench
- gólya, elsőévesHungarian
- 新入生, 一年生Japanese
- 新入生, 신입생, 일학년Korean
- calouro, caloiroPortuguese
- первокурсница, первокурсникRussian
- förstaårselev, recentiorSwedish
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