Recent Examples of classmate from the Web
A former classmate of Borden told police Borden held a knife inches from his face, drew swastikas and called him ‘
The lawsuit outlines Jane's claims against her former classmates.
A preteen girl accused of bullying her classmate to death.
Classmates quickly identified Cvjetanovic and reporters reached out to him to comment.
Students will be assigned to either the Jungle, River, Ocean, Desert, Mountain or Forest House, and will remain with the same group of classmates for four years.
That family thing hits the road this weekend in Bel Air not only to entertain friends and former classmates, but also to raise money for two good causes.
Born to a middle-class Italian family on Long Island, Scaramucci became Barack Obama’s Harvard Law School classmate, then an investment banker with Goldman Sachs, and finally a sometime Democratic donor who founded and ran SkyBridge Capital.
But the 22-year-old lost his life when he was beaten to death in a bar brawl early Friday morning while visiting Greece, leaving family, friends and classmates stunned.
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CLASSMATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of classmate for English Language Learners
: a member of the same class in a school, college, or university
CLASSMATE Defined for Kids
Definition of classmate for Students
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