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  1. a city in S Massachusetts, on the Connecticut River.

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Example Sentences

Today the Holyoke is called the Smith Campus Center, and it is about five minutes’ walk across Harvard Yard from the Fogg Museum.

Roberts graduated cum laude from Mount Holyoke College and received her M.A. from New York University.

The correspondence had been written by my mother, a student at Mount Holyoke College, during the early months of their courtship.

When she graduated from Mount Holyoke College, leaving behind an undistinguished record, she was floundering.

Arterton is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and Northeastern University School of Law.

There was enough money to send her to Mount Holyoke College, where she got one of the finest educations available to women.

Edward Holyoke, president of Harvard college, died; an excellent mathematician and natural philosopher.

So the day passed on Mount Holyoke, giving them at every moment living pictures which no painter could equal.

When Reuben spied the house on Mount Holyoke he realized then that he saw his first mountain.

They were originally compiled early in 1868, and embraced all the classes which had then graduated at Mount Holyoke.

For instance, he didn't say much at first about Mary Richmond, the Holyoke girl, except the rescue part.





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