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convent school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School
convent schoolˈconvent ˌschool noun [countable]  SESa school for girls that is run by Roman Catholic nuns
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convent schoolShe was a shy, retiring girl who had been brought up in a convent school after being abandoned as a baby.Three years at a nice school in Vienna, not too liberated, but at the same time not a convent school.This stood overgrown and decaying in the grounds of a convent school.She went to a different school from us, a convent school, where they had to wear uniform.We shared a room at convent school.When the time came for Annie to leave the convent school she was recommended for training in child welfare.You'd been to convent school as well, you said.
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