alma mater

[ ahl-muh mah-ter, al-; al-muh mey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF alma mater
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I know not who may be your alma mater, but undoubtedly Bacchus is your liber pater.

If we don't stand up for the honor of our Alma Mater, who will?

No; a wild young man who has lately deserted his Alma Mater.

And then look at Ambassador Bryce, who referred to his alma mater, Oxford.

This was more than any devoted son of Alma mater could stand.

The Alma Mater kept a vigilant eye on her sons wherever they might be.

No wonder the love of her students to the Alma Mater is proverbial.

The State then became, in a very real sense, their Alma Mater.

Swift was stopped of his degree for dulness, and had no love for his alma mater.

Meantime he had spent some of the years in teaching in his Alma Mater.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ALMA MATER

college

nouninstitution of higher education
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