collegiate

[ kuh-lee-jit, -jee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF collegiate

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The marchese, sometimes, and the canons of the Collegiate Church.

He believes that the collegiate training should be less practical than fundamental.

Your duty now is to finish your collegiate course respectably.

"You do the letter-press for the 'collegiate' ad., and I'll make a picture for it," she said.

Now apply these principles to the collegiate system of the country.

Collegiate and ecclesiastical life are inextricably mixed up.

In 1833 there were in the collegiate and preparatory departments, 120 students.

Two or three collegiate institutions will soon be needed in this region.

They are natives and are now in America for collegiate study and training.

In his collegiate days, he had grown familiar with the typical slum and its problems.

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adjectivecharacteristic of a prep school
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