In the United States, a sophomore ( or ) is a student in the second year of study at high school or college.
The second in a series, especially, the second of an artist’s albums or the second of four years in a high school (tenth grade) or university.
"The band’s sophomore album built upon the success of their debut release, catapulting them to megastardom."
A second-year undergraduate student in a college or university, or a second-year student in a four-year secondary school or high school.
"She was very mature for a sophomore and had several friends who were juniors or even seniors."
A three-year-old horse.
"The filly had looked promising as a sophomore, but concerns over her health had prompted the owner to pull her from the season’s early races."
misspelling of sophomore
a second-year university or high-school student
"freshmen performed better than either sophomores or juniors"
"their sophomore year in college"
denoting the second recording, film, etc. released or created by a particular musician, group, director, etc.
"the Canadian filmmaker's sophomore movie is a father-son story"
"the duo's sophomore album"
One belonging to the second of the four classes in an American college, or one next above a freshman.
a second-year undergraduate
used of the second year in United States high school or college;
"the sophomore class"
"his sophomore year"