Freshmen [noun]

Definition of Freshmen:

first-year student

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Opposite/Antonyms of Freshmen:

Sentence/Example of Freshmen:

There’s really no reason to call a freshman senator who had just been sworn in weeks earlier and has no real legislative heft if your intent is to talk about the riot.

Let’s say a child of mine goes off to college, they’re a freshman, and I want to know how they’re doing, like really how they’re doing — emotionally, academically, socially.

A freshman representative with little apparent appetite for policy or coalition-building, Greene wasn’t likely to wield much legislative power in the House.

Mendelsohn is a classics professor at Bard College in New York, and when the book opens, his 81-year-old dad, Jay, has just decided to audit his freshman course on The Odyssey.

In the statement on Greene, first reported by the Hill, McConnell did not mention the freshman lawmaker by name but listed a series of actions that describe her pattern of inflammatory behavior.

The best example of that might be 6-foot-4 freshman Jalen Suggs, an all-everything high school star a year ago.

Hobbs, for instance, uses Bad News — where players assume the role of a tycoon seeking to profit off fake news — in her curriculum, both undergraduate freshman-level courses and graduate ones.

When Adams earned playing time as a redshirt freshman, he ran routes precisely as his coaches instructed and shook defenders with ease.

The freshman House member does share some similarities with the unnamed lawmaker Maloney described.

She’s certainly producing as she is one of the best freshmen in the country, and to be quite honest, I haven’t paid attention to a lot of the other ones.