Recent Examples of schoolchild from the Web
As every schoolchild should know, China is Washington’s largest trading partner.
Often, there are numerous figures in his pictures, each Christmas-party dancer or playground adventurer or bored schoolchild given his or her own space and weight.
Obama, now out of office, seems unwilling to sit silently in the margins, like some Victorian schoolchild only to speak when spoken to.
As any schoolchild should know, elections require all citizens to tolerate views that differ from their own.
Every schoolchild in Denmark has been on a farm and seen someone chop off a chicken’s head.
Malala started speaking in her school as a good schoolchild.
A San Diego schoolchild who has perhaps lost their home in the wildfires.
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First Known Use of schoolchild
SCHOOLCHILD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolchild for English Language Learners
: a child who goes to a school
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