- n. Plural form of freshie.
“This set Margie back in her seat -- and presently all the "freshies" had been given their ratings.”
“We shall be swamped with 'freshies' soon," grunted the owner of the spirit-lamp.”
“But for the icy desert's permanent residents, the real treat is crisp, newly picked fruits and vegetables - "freshies," in the Antarctic argot.”
“freshies" because they live around freshwater, is capable of lifting itself high on its legs and dashing like the fossil beasts in Africa.”
“All this system does is make everyone, especially the new freshies that I teach, super confused.”
“What I wanted: To teach my sweet, suburban high school freshies to write love poetry.”
“The freshies decided that the "Blueberry Muffin" model made much more sense than J.J.”
“I mean when your 13 or 12 you have no idea about graphic designing or how to PIRATE songs from somewere else so bassiclly myspace is were comp freshies go”
“I take it only freshies are dumb enough to go to classes in the first week?”
“Klein, like Lauder and Lancome, should, however, be thanked for abandoning the freshies and the fruities and focusing on woods.”
Looking for tweets for freshies.