school bus

NOUN
  1. a bus used to transport children to or from school
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How To Use school bus In A Sentence

  • Mr Ireland claimed that the case had cost him his job as a school bus driver. Times, Sunday Times
  • Booksellers are keen to pitch for school business.
  • One early morning at an elementary school bus stop, I gaily waved at the visible faces of our future leaders and innovators, children whose dreams and innocence were yet unscathed by disappointment or grim reality.
  • With many hundreds of school buses available, the city chose to provide safe shelter for those who did not or could not leave town in the Super Dome.
  • On the school bus, though, Nina and Zina chafe under the teasing and finger-pointing about their foreign accents and clothes.
  • Among the demonstrators were students from colleges and high schools, many of whom had never protested before, as well as school bus drivers, nurses, health workers and longshore workers.
  • Such is the case of Freightliner, which is expected to build 1,500 hybrid M2 trucks, and Thomas Built, which is launching a hybrid school bus before the end of 2007. Autoblog Green
  • Further, Consumers Union added: “It is difficult to understand why adults and children riding an intercity motorcoach should enjoy the protection of lap/shoulder belts, while young children traveling on a school bus should not.” 2010 National School Bus Safety Week
  • Streets called Knickerbocker and school bus drivers that think they're Schumacher on a qualifying lap at the Monaco GP... Going by the Book: Signs from Above
  • The school bus stopped at the gate and let the pupils off.
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