graduated[ graj-oo-ey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF graduated
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She had, in fact, graduated from a girls' school of considerable repute.
In 1845 he graduated as second wrangler, but won the Smith prize.
I say, you chaps, Duncan and I haven't met for years—not since he graduated.
He returned the following year and was graduated with the class of 1842.
He graduated at Yale college, and was subsequently a tutor in that institution.
The result was that he graduated seventeenth in a class of seventy.
We will not learn, we know all, we have graduated—at West Point.
Susan had majored in ionic chemistry and had graduated with high honors.
He was educated at Bowdoin College in Maine, where he graduated in 1825.
He graduated with high honors in the mathematical branches and in languages.
early 15c., "to confer a university degree upon," from Medieval Latin graduatus (see graduate (n.)). Intransitive sense from 1807. Related: Graduated; graduating.
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