lowerclassman


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low·er·class·man

 (lō′ər-klăs′mən)
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lowerclassman

(ˌləʊəˈklɑːsmən)
n, pl -men
(Education) US a freshman or sophomore. Also called: underclassman
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lowerclassman

an underclassman
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lowerclassman - an undergraduate who is not yet a seniorlowerclassman - an undergraduate who is not yet a senior
fresher, freshman - a first-year undergraduate
junior - a third-year undergraduate
soph, sophomore - a second-year undergraduate
undergrad, undergraduate - a university student who has not yet received a first degree
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For the purpose of this analysis, the age category was divided into younger (17 to 20 years) and older (22 to 64 years) groups, gender category into male and female groups, and student academic standing category into lowerclassman (Freshman/Sophomore) and upperclassman (Junior and Senior) groups.
Although the relationship between financial dishonesty and sensation-seeking holds true across all demographic groups, it is the male, younger, and lowerclassman sensation-seekers who are likely to be more engaged in financial dishonesty than their counterpart groups.