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The term Freshies can be applied in many different situations. I would agree first and foremost that it relates to fresh snow/powder, but it can also be used to describe something new, or a great looking chick (doesn't work for describing a guy).
A very versatile word. See below:
Used when snowboarding: "Check out the freshies on the freshies over there!" - this could mean: Check out the new clothes on the hot chicks over there (who happen to be boarding on the freshies) or it could mean: Check out the hot chicks boarding on the fresh powder over there.
by cammoboy March 11, 2004
 
1.
A term used to describe untouched fresh snow, also known as powder.
The freshies were all gone by the time we got to the ski resort.
by Philip Heirshaft March 13, 2003
 
2.
freshmen in high school
look at all the freshies comin in.
by da madd scientist October 01, 2003
 
3.
Slang term for foreigners.

'Freshy' or 'Fresh Guy' means they are fresh off the boat, and is usually said to immigrants or people related to immigrants.

Mainly used for people of African descent.
Look at this freshy, just got off the boat... his spear and all.

or

You're wrong, such a fresh guy...
by chichasch November 07, 2009
 
4.
Whilst well known to powder hounds as the untouched fresh snow after a big storm... In Colorado, it is also the name of a company and its products - all natural cocktail mixes that began in Telluride, CO (their website says they are now in Denver). The idea was taken from big powder days but also aptly represented the all natural ingredients used in all of their mixes. Freshies mixes include Bloody Mary, Hot Mary, Margarita, Mojito, etc.
"Who wants to board the 15" of freshies on Gold's Peak and then grab a Freshies Bloody?"
by Justin Credulous November 06, 2007
 
5.
Cheesy bruv innit
Amed is sooo freshy!
by Cheeseyfreshman March 23, 2012
 
6.
someone who's fresh off the boat and is still wearing clothes from his old country.

Varun is a freshy!
by MikeTT February 25, 2009
 
7.
Marijuana smokers' lingo, used to describe the green n' tasty first hit of a fresh-packed bowl. Can also be used to describe the first hit off of a joint.
"Since you're a special guest, Bob, you get FRESHIES! Taste this killa purple kush..."
by Phineas Freek December 07, 2006