- n. Plural form of graduation.
“However, missing birthday celebrations, anniversaries, and graduations is something I am not proud of.”
“I had great numbers of these insets made in graduations of colour, and in an infinite variety of form.”
“Often they were not even true students connected with the university; they were young men dedicated principally to the job of landing contracts with acknowledged professional teams after their so-called graduations from the institutions of which they had never been a real part.”
“We don't have any late graduations, which is good.”
“This is nothing new for other major life events, such as graduations or weddings, but there is something odd and creepy about this particular service.”
“In a world where everyone gets an award, where "graduations" are held in 4th grade so the kids feel special, where everyone must be acknowledged as "super," ultimately there is nothing left for everybody but the same level of mediocrity.”
“The card is the smart option for spending control and travel, and perfect for gift occasions such as graduations, as well as weddings and baby showers, so the happy couple may purchase exactly what they need.”
“There were not "graduations" from any grade except the senior year of high school when I was in school.”
“You could mark a personal contest, or particular time in history such as graduations, or a monumental design of a war veteran.”
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