He graduated in 2008, winning the annual award for the most determined and dedicated athlete.
When Sharon graduated from a high school in Geneva, Switzerland, he reveled in her success, she recalled.
After I graduated college 16 years ago, I backpacked through Israel, Egypt and Jordan.
Broadwell and Petraeus are both dedicated runners who graduated from West Point, and high achievers who love military culture.
Jamie Hahn began her finance and fundraising work as soon as she graduated from college in 2006.
The customs of the University, on the other hand, required that the student of theology should have graduated in Arts.
I was there the summer after I graduated; and I've never forgotten it.
Experts can so manipulate the tint plates that the lights will be graduated from the softest to the most glaring.
He graduated in 1829, being second in rank in a class of forty-six.
It was a proud and happy day for Theodore Roosevelt when, in the summer of 1880, he was graduated from Harvard.
early 15c., "one who holds a degree" (with man; as a stand-alone noun from mid-15c.), from Medieval Latin graduatus, past participle of graduari "to take a degree," from Latin gradus "step, grade" (see grade). As an adjective, from late 15c.
early 15c., "to confer a university degree upon," from Medieval Latin graduatus (see graduate (n.)). Intransitive sense from 1807. Related: Graduated; graduating.
graduated grad·u·at·ed (grāj'ōō-ā'tĭd)
Marked with or divided into intervals, as of volume or temperature, for use in measurement.