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A freshman must behave like a freshman, or he is laughed at.

When given in college, the course should, if possible, be assigned to the freshman year.

And then, this nearly omniscient intellect was called a Freshman!

It certainly brought the freshman class together with a snap.

Marjorie chose not to discuss Hamilton from the freshman's point of view.

Her freshman find was showing somewhat Sans-like tendencies.

She was marching her freshman along, however, at a fair rate of speed.

"She doesn't like me and I don't like her," was the freshman's conclusion.

It had been almost entirely a freshman house the previous year.

Nor did the freshman fail to place the blame where it belonged.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-16c., "newcomer, novice," from fresh (adj.1) + man (n.). Sense of "university student in first year" is attested from 1590s. Related: Freshmen.

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