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  • n. A freshman.


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  • You do not have a bit of jealousy about letting a 'freshie' step in ahead of some who have been here two and three years. "

    Hester's Counterpart A Story of Boarding School Life

  • I've been reviewing for around a year and I've been involved with the AHWA for less than that, so I'm still a bit of a freshie in that regard.

    2010 Australian Specfic Snapshot: Felicity Dowker

  • Hey Meera, thats a real wow-recipe : I get freshie fresh strawberries here..will sure try them next time I do basundhi...

    Strawberry Basundi

  • Steve and Bob worked together for several nights, moving one freshie after another out of a section of river that was about to be dammed.

    Steve and Me

  • It's going to be nice seeing those flustered, frightened freshie next fall and while we're off being busy like Hell, they'll transition into someplace we've already been.

    writerchic88 Diary Entry

  • ShadyAfterMoo: katie thought u were a freshie, "sorry" she says

    writerchic88 Diary Entry

  • And i've realized something else, i cannot stand the freshie class of 2007 at Oak Park-River Forest especially that bitch, Caitlin Tencate.

    writerchic88 Diary Entry

  • I'm going to smack some freshie this week if i cannot get the respect i deserve as a sophomore.

    writerchic88 Diary Entry

  • So Mayer'd just taken the freshie up to her dorm room for a quick pop or a quicker line or two of flake, and he'd be back in a few minutes, and I might actually get paid.

    Futures Imperfect

  • Mayer's leaving with a freshie might mean he was pimping again, which meant another pasteup.

    Futures Imperfect


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  • Steve Irwin's term for a freshwater crocodile. He probably didn't coin the word, but he made it popular.

    October 31, 2007