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Example sentences from the Web for dropout
He calls Kline the champion of for-profit colleges, which have a dropout rate “worse than celebrity rehab.”Bill Maher Wants You to Meet—and Beat—Republican John Kline|Eleanor Clift|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He and (dropout) Michele Bachmann added up to about 14 percent in these polls.Michael Tomasky: South Carolina Showdown for Romney and Santorum|Michael Tomasky|January 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
By replacing each team with a famous alumnus (or dropout), filling out a bracket has never been easier.
It sounds drastic,” says Powell, “but literally the future of our nation is at stake if we do not correct the dropout rate.
But the political class and education experts are hardly united on how to address the dropout crisis.
The economy absorbed the majority of the dropout population.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
British Dictionary definitions for dropout
verb drop out (intr, adverb often foll by of)
Idioms and Phrases with dropout
Withdraw from participation in a group such as a school, club, or game; also, withdraw from society owing to disillusionment. For example, He couldn't afford the membership dues and had to drop out, or She planned to drop out from college for a year. [Late 1800s]