graduating

[ noun, adjective graj-oo-it, -eyt; verb graj-oo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF graduating
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After graduating, they find out that they still don't know what they want.

I speak more directly to you, then, gentlemen of the graduating class.

Then she was to return to school and take part in the graduating exercises.

She had dressed in her graduating gown—a fluffy bit of white and ribbon.

After graduating he spent six months in a packing-house at $6 a week.

After graduating, he went to Paris to read law, at the École de Droit.

Hundreds of people are bemoaning the fact that now there can be no graduating parade.

I thought it might keep me from graduating—from some of the honors that I have fought for.

James Hopper attended the University of California, graduating in 1898.

My graduating dress hasn't been paid for—and some things like that.

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