a day during the commencement season on which the members of the graduating class in U.S. colleges and schools celebrate the completion of their course with special ceremonies.
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How to use class day in a sentence
The evening of Class-day is a fitting close of the gay festivities at Smith College.The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
For the first time the normal students presented for the class-day exercise a Shakespearian play, Othello.The Dark Forest | Hugh Walpole
He was fond of reading and of writing verse, and was chosen as the poet for class-day.
The first class had gone out in solemn dignity, but we craved something more; we would have a class-day.A Book of Bryn Mawr Stories | Marian T. MacIntosh
One cannot help remarking upon the dignity and good taste which characterized the exercises of Class-Day.