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advanced degree

noun
1.
an academic degree conferred for completion of requirements beyond the undergraduate college level, as M.S. or Ph.D.
Origin of advanced degree
1950-1955
First recorded in 1950-55
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  • I had heard that Cleary was sensitive about having no advanced degree.

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  • It doesn't take an advanced degree in psychotherapy to know that people can have many different kinds of personal problems.

  • If your husband is a professional man and you have married early, he may still be working for an advanced degree.

  • This clinical form represents the most advanced degree attained by the disease; it might be called the tic's apogee.

  • An additional two to four years of study and research were required for the awarding of an advanced degree.

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  • The eggs which have been incubated to an advanced degree are as eagerly devoured as those quite fresh.

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