noun, plural var·si·ties.
Origin of varsity
Related formsin·ter·var·si·ty, adjective
Examples from the Web for varsity
Army B-squad players who fail to make it onto the varsity team after a year or two usually quit football.
When he next tried out for the varsity, he weighed 174 pounds and was faster than he had been on his arrival at West Point.How His West Point Football Experience Inspired Eisenhower|Nicolaus Mills|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her grandson Kane is a freshman and is playing for both the JV and varsity squads.
The Varsity Chiefs are awesome, and the engine for this devastating hardwood machine is point guard Buell Robinson.
She is a varsity track star, a champion baton-twirler, and a volunteer at Cortland Memorial Hospital.The Stacks: The Searing Story of How Murder Stalked a Tiny New York Town|E. Jean Carroll|April 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tom Ashley, Senior and 'Varsity fullback, with his eyes wet in spite of himself, set his face to the west.Stanford Stories|Charles K. Field
Next year, so the sporting writers opined, he would almost certainly make the Varsity team.Mary-'Gusta|Joseph C. Lincoln
Consequently the rash starter of a varsity rag is compelled to retire from the lists after the first two or three issues.Rowlandson's Oxford|A. Hamilton Gibbs
Tom had just obliterated a 150-pound halfback, who had lost the ball, the use of his legs and his Varsity aspirations altogether.Football Days|William H. Edwards
If Worry had picked any more players for the varsity, Ken could not tell who they were.The Young Pitcher|Zane Grey