Thesaurus / boarding school
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Then came wise counsel from without and after many tears she was sent to a boarding school in the city.

The table was daintily set with blue bird dishes which Nan had used in boarding school when she had a spread for her friends.

Nan of the GypsiesGrace May North

With Helen she went to Briarwood Hall to boarding school, and there her acquaintance rapidly widened.

Mildred is expected home after her first year in boarding school.

The Merry-Go-RoundCarl Van Vechten

How had we ever been able to make up our minds to this boarding school scheme?

Eliza Hartford began to occupy it in 1886, first as a day school, and three months later as her home with a boarding school.

The Choctaw FreedmenRobert Elliott Flickinger

Joe's great ambition was to go to boarding school and play on the school team.

If she had so much—enough to go to boarding school—she oughtn't be living on the Leveretts.

A Little Girl in Old BostonAmanda Millie Douglas

While at home, she had read volumes on the subject of life at a boarding school.

Your Aunt Eva has been harrowing my very soul to make me send you to a boarding school.

A Little Bush MaidMary Grant Bruce

WORDS RELATED TO BOARDING SCHOOL

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.