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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNGRADED

This trail, flat along the ungraded ground, tended in the direction of least resistance, generally toward the southwest.

The effect of powerful erosion, incident upon uplift, is heightened by the ungraded character of the river bed.

The school is an ungraded one and the number of children taught by one teacher averages thirty.

Until I entered high school I attended the ungraded district school.

The annual crop is tremendous, and the pickers get only three to ten cents a pound for the ungraded nuts.

The Polydores were not parted by reason of dissimilarity of age or learning, as they were put into the ungraded room.

As soon as the ungraded children appear to be fitted for any special grade, they are transferred.

It was one of the old-fashioned, ungraded schools, and the pupils were all ages.

The howling storms made impassable the ungraded roads; the 1200 guns of the Grand Army sank into the mire.

The difficulties which confront the superintendent in the management of an ungraded school are many and great.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "to arrange in grades," from grade (n.). Related: Graded; grading.

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