Definition of schoolmate
: a companion at school
Recent Examples of schoolmate from the Web
Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco opened the review in May after Cincinnati Public Schools released a security-camera video from Carson Elementary School that showed Gabriel apparently getting bullied by a schoolmate in a Carson restroom entry.
Meet some future schoolmates at 10:30 a.m. Saturday 6/24 at the Neighborhood Park at Carmel Center Road and Camarena Road.
That fall, he and a schoolmate appeared at the Lyric Opera House's stage door on Mount Royal Avenue.
The suit named Johnson's former schoolmates Branden Bell, Brian Bell and their father, FBI Special Agent Rick Bell, as defendants of a wrongful death claim.
When a teacher caught Ms. Jones learning another indigenous language from two schoolmates, Ms. Jones said, the teacher yanked out three fingernails.
At 7:50 a.m. June 1, a man, 53, went to the police station to report that his son, 15, had been assaulted by a schoolmate at about 12:30 p.m. May 30 near Solon Library, 34125 Portz Parkway.
Beloved family, schoolmates, the Loveland community and St. Columban parish gathered to say goodbye.
That led to the Princeton graduate suggesting a scoffed-at story about the bright future of a schoolmate named Bill Bradley.
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First Known Use of schoolmate
SCHOOLMATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolmate for English Language Learners
: someone who goes to or went to the same school as you
SCHOOLMATE Defined for Kids
Definition of schoolmate for Students
: a fellow student
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