freshie


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freshie

(ˈfrɛʃɪ)
n
informal Hinglish a new immigrant to the UK from the Asian subcontinent
[C21: from fresh off the (banana) boat]
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Murray was inches away from levelling after Boyle lashed over a low cross but the youngster got his feet in a tangle and took a freshie.
Hibs dusted themselves down after the break and Murray was inches away from levelling after Boyle lashed over a low cross but the youngster got his feet in a tangle and took a freshie.
The Freshfield, Massams Lane, Freshfield THE Freshie - everyone calls it The Freshie - describes itself as a "shabby chic real ale house".
Potato salad and sliced ham always evoke memories of long-ago sunday School picnics in a Milton park, which featured orange Freshie, donkey rides and three-legged races.
You could go from retrieving balls for local talent to tossing Venus or Serena a freshie when they play a big tournament in your town
Invariably, Yank directors e-mail to ask about Freshie, a product that one of the characters mentions.
They were almost caught on the counter though as Croft picked out Kane but the attacker took a freshie and the chance went begging.
But for Far Eastern University Nursing freshie Azzy Belmonte, the fireworks display gave her goosebumps.
We regard the Freshie as a friendly, very local pub.
I'm not saying I wouldn't date a girl who's a towel two-timer, but I'd subtly try to change her habits by handing her a freshie after every shower and throwing it into the hamper afterward.
The trap is to catch salties, which can attack humans, but the less-bloodthirsty freshie has been caught by mistake and Window is keen to let it free.