[ sof ]

  1. a sophomore.

Origin of soph

By shortening

Words Nearby soph Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use soph in a sentence

  • Aunt soph had made no pretence of anything beyond polite regret.

    Flaming June | Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • The soph crumpled up over the railing, slid down, and fell among his comrades, effectually blocking the stairway.

    The Young Pitcher | Zane Grey
  • Our friend heard it from a soph who is about half snob, half democrat.

  • But I was overwhelmed with howls of derision and assurances that I was a very fresh soph indeed.

  • In the same scene of Macbeth the hero in fight is compared to an eagle, and his foes to sparrows; and in soph.

    Shakespearean Tragedy | A. C. Bradley