schoolfriend

[ UK /skˈuːlfɹɛnd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a friend who attends the same school
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How To Use schoolfriend In A Sentence

  • These two have steered the group since they were schoolfriends and they remained very much at the heart of the performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • The 52-year-old musician, born Adonis Michaelides in Nicosia, Cyprus, had co-founded the band with schoolfriends from Catford but after its first demise in 1982, briefly formed Dali's Car with vocalist Peter Murphy, previously with postpunk bank Bauhaus. Former Japan bass player Mick Karn loses battle with cancer
  • I just don't have a specific place to put it all (candle collections, letters from schoolfriends, ornaments, photos, birthday cards etc.) but don't want to chuck it out just yet as I love looking through it all every so often.
  • These two have steered the group since they were schoolfriends and they remained very much at the heart of the performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also a few special schoolfriends who in adoring my disastrous amateur poems at 16, helped me cherish them too. My Artist Dreams
  • That takes the cake. The banker has just proposed to his granddaughter's schoolfriend.
  • My first term was spent sharing a room with a schoolfriend in a motel on the outskirts of the city.
  • I ran into an old schoolfriend at the supermarket this morning.
  • The next picture is of Mark's white-faced schoolfriends carrying his coffin. Teenage football fan stands up to Scotland's sectarian thugs
  • He started hacking at 14, when he and a schoolfriend had a running game of trying to get into each other's websites.
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