American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of the same class at school.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the same class at school or college; a class-fellow.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who is in the same class with another, as at school or college.
- n. an acquaintance that you go to school with
- class + mate (Wiktionary)
“Although throughout high school and college, dating a classmate is the norm, once men leave the school world it seems that any internet dating search must include only women 5 years their junior (10 years if over 35).”
“Zoes classmate is an out of control 14 week old German Shepard that weighs 25lbs and barks NON STOP!”
“One day he called a classmate, whom he was tormenting, a Jew.”
“The younger son, 15 and sensitive, completes the bonding he started with a classmate, but after the classmate is murdered.”
“Students can describe what a "lost" classmate is wearing.”
“My classmate is a top full-time commercial photographer.”
“When Sarah returned from her getaway, she called her classmate to talk about her decision.”
“The fact that he dubs the classmate whom he admires most "a good sport," shows that he thinks so, anyway.”
“Tangentially, I just found out an old high-school classmate is running for Congress in IN’s 7th district, Julia Carson’s old seat.”
“Parents should ask teachers to describe the "triggers" for inappropriate classroom conduct, such as anticipation of recess or interaction with a certain classmate.”
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