matriculation[ verb muh-trik-yuh-leyt; noun muh-trik-yuh-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF matriculation
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MATRICULATION
I never was so honest for so long together since my matriculation.
"Come down, Burton; here's a youth for matriculation," cried the younger.
And she forced on the timorous Prue a quarter as her matriculation fee.
Fees for an entire course, with matriculation and library, $110.
I then wrote home for the matriculation fee ($13), as I had labored there all summer.
My own matriculation at Eugene's College of Unreason was in this wise.
His matriculation before the Vice-Chancellor bears date Nov. 27.
Only that she would have to study very hard if she went in for the matriculation.'
After matriculation he was allowed an almost perilous freedom.
No dues are charged for matriculation or the examinations that may be necessary to get a diploma.
1580s, noun of action from matriculate (v.).