Recent Examples of cum laude from the Web
Hubbard achieved his degree in three and a half years, graduating cum laude as a First Team Academic All-American.
Jackson, who graduated cum laude from the University of Florida in 2015 with a degree in Materials Engineering, did have experience skating, but not on ice.
Crete-Monee District 201-U will phase it out with the class of 2020 and Bremen High School District 230 continues the tradition for now but also is exploring use of the cum laude system, officials there said.
Military through and through, Trillanes graduated cum laude from the Philippine Military Academy and then, like his father before him, joined the Navy.
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Origin and Etymology of cum laude
First Known Use: 1855See Words from the same year
CUM LAUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cum laude for English Language Learners
: with honor
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