noun, plural a·lum·nae [uh-luhm-nee]. /əˈlʌm ni/.
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Origin of alumna
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Example sentences from the Web for alumna
In the last 10 months, four alumnae in their mid 50s and 60s have been attacked at night in their homes near Dallas.
And Frakes isn't the only redheaded fashion alumnae working behind the scenes.
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
Up to 1876, for example, ninety per cent of the alumnae had married.History of Linn County Iowa|Luther A. Brewer
The Association of Collegiate Alumnae has compiled later and fuller statistics.
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