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- abbr. sophomore
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A contraction of soph ister.
- n. A contraction of sophomore.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the English universities, same as sophister, and the more usual word.
- n. In United States colleges, same as sophomore.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a second-year undergraduate
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Warren, whom he had known and looked up to at Harvard as a "soph" looks up to a senior; and he enclosed his picture, which would perhaps recall him to Guthrie's mind.
The word "soph" once had a high and honorable distinction, but now it is used to point a moral, and the synonym of sophomore is soft.
Her local high school area rival Brewer has the longest "legal" triple jump of 2009 (missing the soph class record by a quarter-inch) and then was seventh at World Youth champs.
The Brewers 'super soph has 47 home runs and 130 RBI to go with a .298 average and 17 steals.
May 26th, 2008 9: 11 pm ET here in Brazil we love Obama! soph
| Reply | Permalink no i am hardly a soph, turn 60 next month and have been voting for democrats probably before most of you were born please, ignore my snide comments, but they were offered as a sample of what obama will face if he continues this doomed candidacy, and that he has more integrity that me is a bit beside the point.
Universal's "Coraline" took in $2.7 million at 1,423 in 21 markets, mostly with $2 million in its Brit soph sesh, for an $18.5 million foreign cume ...
We forget that he left Duke after his soph season there, and stepped in immediately to being a quality player in the pros.
Jerry West, among others, have stated that they would have also taken him #1 after his soph year.
Sr. •Trackings: While soph-record smashing Hasay was the top girl runner overall, Kosinski edged the lead in the 1,600/mile to rank No. 7 all-time.