- n. US, military, informal A first-class cadet.
- first + -ie (Wiktionary)
“But there ` s a lot -- there ` s a lot of inter-class contact, and Whitey had been -- you know, Whitey was a "firstie," what they call a senior there, during my first year up there.”
“Now I just tried the link and it doesn't work, which, I guess, is some sort "firstie" poetic justice.”
“Unfortunately, when I looked at what I had in my pile of reviewable c. d.s, I found that the only one that was in the database that would give me a "firstie" bonus was "20th Century Masters: Christmas Collection - The Best Of Reba" by Reba McEntire.”
“There's a spiritual world, and oftentimes what happens in the physical world is representative of what's happening in the spiritual," an academy senior (a "firstie," in the school parlance) named Jon Butcher told me one night at New Life, a nearby megachurch popular with cadets.”
“A "firstie" (senior midshipman) began abusing a Filipino steward. ”
“I sends you stress relief, firstie, then good wishes that business pikks up and yur jawb continyuze.”
“Enough of this stupid ass firstie/podium bullshit.”
“My firstie attempt moderayted out, so I triez again, wifout linkee to moosic.”
“Rodney Dill congratulayshuns awn teh firstie post.”
“OK then I puts them on mah dress for firstie danses.”
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