from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Lessons done at school or to be done at home.
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- n. Work done for school, including both in class and homework.
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- n. a school task performed by a student to satisfy the teacher
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Focus on your lessons and don't get distracted until your schoolwork is completed.
Playing my last season of baseball is what kept me from completely losing what little interest in schoolwork I had at that point.
She’s hipdeep in schoolwork right now and can’t run the game, but I’d love to play it sometime.)
Hey juliet i am sure you have heard i love your books before but i can’t refrian from saying it because it is the truth i love your books they mean so much to me! whenever i am out of reading material or not drouwning in schoolwork i always choose one of your books to read!!!
That marvelous original conceit — that a teenager, who should be out there having fun and not worrying about much of anything except schoolwork, is actually carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders — means something different when we’re talking about a real grownup with real responsibilities.
So I've done what I used to do in school when I fell behind with my schoolwork, which is just give up altogether.
Williams has always said her schoolwork has been a priority, which is why she transferred to Banneker during her sophomore season because of the smaller class size.
So, I haven't had time to do much other than schoolwork, which is definitely not new to me.
Psychologists are suggesting that girls who "self-objectify" suffer from a diminished ability in mental activities such as schoolwork and logical reasoning.
The psychologists go so far as to suggest that girls who "self-objectify" suffer from a diminished ability in mental activities such as schoolwork and logical reasoning.