[ US /ˈskuɫˌtaɪm/ ]
  1. the period of instruction in a school; the time period when school is in session
    he didn't miss a single day of school
    stay after school
    when the school day was done we would walk home together
  2. the time of life when you are going to school
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How To Use schooltime In A Sentence

  • When I was a kid, there were really only two seasons that mattered: schooltime and freetime. Simple Tricks and Nonsense: March 2004 Archives
  • As schooltime approached, she dipped a rag in the muddy water of the taro patch and cleaned her sons, sending them off to their lessons. Hawaii
  • Don't be fooled into thinking that good curricula or good equipment or good teachers are the critical determinants of your son and daughter's schooltime. Sound Politics: The Difference Between Liberals and Conservatives
  • Not in the ground and pickled form, but as miso-roasted fish served with rice for breakfast, bits of tuna in the onigiri she would help mom pack in her schooltime bento, or dried into flakes that flavored dashi broth for cozy noodles. Brain Food for Today's Young Minds
  • It was reported to us that one of his sons who was working in some part of the government between schooltime or Oral History Interview with Modjeska Simkins, July 28, 1976. Interview G-0056-2. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • The schooltime path travels where our passions still hover, Upwards, Into the White Eye Rising
  • Kids need nutritious food to fill the gap between schooltime and dinnertime. Good-Enough Mother
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