Examples of yearbook in a Sentence
They signed each other's yearbooks.
Recent Examples of yearbook from the Web
Touch-ups cost extra, and my resulting yearbook photo presented me leaning forward with softened features and a halo effect.
Tom still has it at his home in Stillwater, buried somewhere in a box of Matt’s stuff, old yearbooks and high school notebooks, out in the garage.
The budget also cuts a stipend for a middle school yearbook adviser.
At Pella Christian High School, Brand seemed to do it all, playing sports, editing the yearbook, acting in class plays, and still having time for band practice and cheerleading.
While little is yet publicly known about Cooper, pictured in a 2016 East High School yearbook as a sweet-faced freshman, more details about the timeline of the race began to emerge Monday.
And Michelle's high school yearbook paints a picture of an active, well-liked student—one voted class clown and most likely to brighten your day.
An alumnae choir and interpretive liturgical dancers led the procession as an alumna from each of the 55 years carried their respective yearbook into the gym.
Honorable mentions were awarded to Elyssa Bezner, a sophomore, for online photo gallery and to Elaina Cassity, a junior, for yearbook sports reaction photo.
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First Known Use of yearbook
YEARBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yearbook for English Language Learners
: a book about a particular topic (such as sports or news) that is published each year
: a book that is published by a school each year and that shows the activities at the school during that year
YEARBOOK Defined for Kids
Definition of yearbook for Students
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