yearbook

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noun year·book \ ˈyir-ˌbu̇k \

Definition of yearbook

1 :a book published yearly as a report or summary of statistics or facts :annual
2 :a school publication that is compiled usually by a graduating class and that serves as a record of the year's activities

Examples of yearbook in a Sentence

  1. They signed each other's yearbooks.

Recent Examples of yearbook from the Web

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First Known Use of yearbook

1677


YEARBOOK Defined for English Language Learners

yearbook

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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

yearbook

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noun year·book \ ˈyir-ˌbu̇k \

Definition of yearbook for Students

1 :a book published once a year especially as a report or summary of a certain topic (as new discoveries in science)
2 :a publication that shows a school's current students and staff and the activities that took place during the school year


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