noun, plural a·lum·ni [uh-luhm-nahy, -nee] /əˈlʌm naɪ, -ni/.
Origin of alumnus
Examples from the Web for alumni
Everyone wanted to keep Winston on the field, racking up wins and alumni donations.Hey NFL Fans: Ray Rice Isn’t the Problem. You Are.|Steve Almond|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And this autumn, alumni across the nation are beginning a new campaign.
So students, and faculty and alumni, will now get a chance to tell those stories, to tell them in urgent and powerful ways.
People close to Eliezer claim its alumni network represents a fertile source of contributions.
Cardozo alumni had declared their willingness to stop Carter from entering the building.After Uproar, No One Shows To Protest Jimmy Carter At Yeshiva University|Aryeh Younger|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Besides, there were alumni, day scholars, that great body of students originally contemplated in the Constitution of Ignatius.Loyola and the Educational System of the Jesuits|Thomas Hughes
But the tutoring sections were only for the "plutes" or the athletes, many of whom were subsidized by fraternities or alumni.The Plastic Age|Percy Marks
The members of the team just sat and listened to speeches by the alumni and coaches.Football Days|William H. Edwards
He was a native of Spain, and had been educated in the College of Salamanca, then famous for the learning and piety of its alumni.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800|Mary Frances Cusack
After the exercises in the church, the alumni had a dinner in the yard of the church, under a grove of cocoa-nut trees.Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California|Mary Evarts Anderson