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alumni

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College
alumnia‧lum‧ni /əˈlʌmnaɪ/ noun [plural] 🔊 🔊 SECthe former students of a school, college etc 🔊 the University alumni association
Examples from the Corpus
alumniAbout 7,000 alumni will pay Northwestern $ 1,565 each for a package of air-fare and game tickets.alumni of Carleton CollegeAll alumni who have returned a questionnaire indicating that they are teachers or careers advisers will receive an invitation.Seek private sector and alumni support in increasing scholarship funds.Berkeley alumniThe strong football season, however, has generated more alumni giving, albeit earmarked for athletics.Last year's alumni survey has told us a lot.The alumni don't want to hear it, but the previous coaching regime vastly oversold the goods.The Office is now up and running and is beginning to provide support to alumni in a number of ways.But many of these same teachers were alumni of City; they revered the school and what it stood for.
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