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  • n. Plural form of underclassman.

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Examples

  • Her advice to underclassmen is to "work really hard, and it will pay off."

    Morning Sentinel News

  • "My advice to underclassmen is to work hard and give everything you can because then you'll be happy with the results," Parfitt said.

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  • We have four black belts and as many 'underclassmen'.

    JujitsuBlog.com

  • “The number of underclassmen is about the same as it’s been, but the quality of the underclassmen is a lot higher.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • "The number of underclassmen is about the same as it's been, but the quality of the underclassmen is a lot higher.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Over the past year, the families of several high-school seniors have contacted Vaccaro about the European option, he said, and he has identified eight underclassmen, some as young as freshmen, “who are interested when the time comes.”

    Million Dollar Basketball Babies

  • Current and former midshipmen say synthetic marijuana appeared at the academy around March 2010 when a senior brought some to campus and began selling it to underclassmen.

    Synthetic marijuana widely used at Naval Academy, some midshipmen say

  • I think the average 21-year-old Young Republican intern is probably too busy getting wasted and date-raping underclassmen to do a good job on anything requiring serious organizational skills.

    Matthew Yglesias » Doing It With Twitter

  • Good news: The majority of this season's team were underclassmen.

    Florida State - Team Notes

  • The Wolfpack are thin in the secondary, but Morgan lost playing time to underclassmen as the 2009 season progressed.

    North Carolina State - Team Notes

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