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Alumna   /əlˈəmnə/   Listen
Alumna

noun
(pl. alumnae)
1.
A person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university).  Synonyms: alum, alumnus, grad, graduate.






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"Alumna" Quotes from Famous Books



... worthiness the great debt of inspiration she owed to the school. She had not thought of it in just that grand way until she had heard Sheila Quinn, until Dana King had given the class prophecy, until Ginny had read the school poem, until Peggy Lee had presented the class gift to the school. A young alumna of the preceding class had welcomed the proud graduates. Dr. Caton had presented the Lincoln Award—to Dana King. A murmur had swept the room when he announced that, through a mistake in the records, the Award went to Dana King instead of either Miss Cox or Miss Travis. Jerry ...
— Highacres • Jane Abbott



Words linked to "Alumna" :   Ivy Leaguer, student, alum, graduate, old boy, scholarly person, scholar, alumnus, bookman



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