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schoolday

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School, Chronology
schooldayschool‧day /ˈskuːldeɪ/ noun [countable]  1 SESTMCa day of the week when children are usually at school2 somebody’s schooldays
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schooldayHis bright and affectionate nature won him numerous friends from earliest schooldays.Some children spent their entire schooldays in unrelieved misery.I have a few close friends from schooldays and university.She has worked as a detention hall monitor on schooldays and weekends.You should get Stuart to narrate our schooldays together.If only we knew as much about John Major's schooldays.She engaged the girls in a description of their schooldays, made them chat.
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