noun, plural a·lum·nae [uh-luhm-nee, -nahy] /əˈlʌm ni, -naɪ/.
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In the last 10 months, four alumnae in their mid 50s and 60s have been attacked at night in their homes near Dallas.
The Wellington banner, a gift from the alumnae, was also of silk in the soft blue which every Wellington girl loved.Molly Brown's Sophomore Days|Nell Speed
Then there were addresses by alumnae students, or else speakers from abroad chosen for some distinction in authorship.Earliest Years at Vassar|Frances A. Wood
Up to 1876, for example, ninety per cent of the alumnae had married.History of Linn County Iowa|Luther A. Brewer