[ US /əˈɫəmnə/ ]
[ UK /ɐlˈʌmnɐ/ ]
  1. a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)
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How To Use alumna In A Sentence

  • The keynote speaker, an Iowa State alumna, said information technology is the most important contributor to growth.
  • Ms. Ellis Sangster: In our alumnae panels, it's basic questions about raising a family, being in a relationship: How did you move across the country when you were married? Pressing for Women's Gains
  • But what has the college done to keep other alumnae interested?
  • Alumni is a masculine plural form; alumnae is the feminine plural.
  • Another girl, an alumna of the school, now makes promotional films for institutes such as this centre.
  • He was given a tour and expressed his happiness that so many alumnae were attending Oxford.
  • Some of our team are alumnae. Times, Sunday Times
  • AAUW is proud to present the newest tool for connecting these incredible women: a social networking community called AAUW Alumnae Exchange. AAUW Alumnae Exchange: Connecting Alumnae One Click at a Time « AAUW Dialog
  • The core of any marketing strategy for new physicists is to bring alumnae and alumni into direct contact with students and faculty.
  • Χi-m, culsl leprnal, pśl varχ-ti cerine pul alumnaθ, pul hermu huzrna-tre; Etruscan syntactic inversion
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