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synonyms for alumna

  • alum
  • graduate
  • old grad
  • postgraduate

antonyms for alumna

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  • undergraduate
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It includes a cameo appearance by Virginia Tower Norwood ’47, the alumna behind the original Landsat multispectral scanner.
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Laura Ball is a journalist-in-residence at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, a Thiel Fellow, and an alumna of the Math Prize for Girls program.
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It was founded by an alumna for marked proficiency in English with general excellency in other lines.
DADDY LONG-LEGSJEAN WEBSTER
To the alumna and the student, the picture called up by those words is sufficiently definite and demands no amplification.
TEDDY: HER BOOKANNA CHAPIN RAY
A young alumna of the preceding class had welcomed the proud graduates.
HIGHACRESJANE ABBOTT
A debate was sometimes introduced, a Shakespeare reading, or an address by an alumna student.
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WORDS RELATED TO ALUMNA

  • alum
  • old grads
  • postgraduates
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.