noun, plural fresh·men.
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Veteran Republicans joined with freshmen Democrats like Congressman Patrick Murphy, the youngest member of the House.
Kadyrbayev, Tazhayakov, Phillipos, and Tsarnaev all started as freshmen in the fall of 2011.
The two freshmen had shared dormitory accommodations for only a few weeks and had experienced strained relations from the start.Tyler Clementi, Dharun Ravi, and the Problem With Hate Crimes Laws|Michael Medved|March 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On average, freshmen women gain just over three pounds, according to the new study that yielded this stat.
Not surprisingly, he also believes more than a few House Republican freshmen are vulnerable to defeat next November.
The freshmen went to work at once to perfect their playing under the willing guidance of Professor Leonard.Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore|Pauline Lester
Then Betty insisted that she must meet all of the freshmen and clapped her hands for order.Betty Lee, Senior|Harriet Pyne Grove
They had both been Seniors when the present class were Freshmen.Polly's Senior Year at Boarding School|Dorothy Whitehill
As a general thing they were discussing Merriwell, his position with the freshmen, and his pitching.Frank Merriwell at Yale|Burt L. Standish
Hugh was too much excited to stay in a room; so with several other freshmen he traveled the campus.The Plastic Age|Percy Marks