[ UK /jˈi‍əbʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈjɪɹˌbʊk/ ]
  1. a reference book that is published regularly once every year
  2. a book published annually by the graduating class of a high school or college usually containing photographs of faculty and graduating students
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How To Use yearbook In A Sentence

  • Chesser's yearbook photos show a clean-shaven, pensive-looking young man, the child of divorced parents who lived in Northern Virginia. Internet helped Muslim convert from Northern Virginia embrace extremism at warp speed
  • Hopefully our school kept yearbooks from previous years and maybe even some other schools, so I could find what I was looking for.
  • He and apprentice Kristen Kuharik used the phone book and school yearbooks to find names and addresses.
  • Ask for the private records: the yearbook, the photos, the letters that a source might have.
  • I have always kept the yearbook bought at my high school graduation.
  • Curiously, when you consolidate their replies they tend to cluster around the actual figure as recorded in almanacs, yearbooks, and statistical returns.
  • Your bud, meanwhile, has been cutting, pasting and schmoozing with him for months on yearbook staff.
  • In 1971 for Oprah's high school yearbook picture, she sported a really cool flip do and she was voted most popular in her senior yearbook.
  • Although a fish called callop in South Australia has been officially named golden perch throughout Australia, it continues to be called callop among South Australian fishermen, even in a television program for fishermen run by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, and in the official South Australian Yearbook it is entered as "golden perch (callop). VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VI No 1
  • These pictures were framed or tipped into yearbooks, hung throughout the clubhouse of the moment, or shelved in a library.
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