schoolmate

[skool-meyt]
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Origin of schoolmate

First recorded in 1555–65; school1 + mate1
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Related Words for schoolmate

comrade, acquaintance, chum, classmate, friend

Examples from the Web for schoolmate

Contemporary Examples of schoolmate

Historical Examples of schoolmate

  • Whittier said he had the Captain Ireson story from a schoolmate who came from Marblehead.

    Whittier-land

    Samuel T. Pickard

  • Can that be Bart Hodge, my schoolmate, chum, and comrade of Fardale?

  • He had no money, so he and a schoolmate decided to walk to Prague.

    Mitz and Fritz of Germany

    Madeline Brandeis

  • He was a schoolmate of Coleridge and intimate with him for fifty years.

    Genius in Sunshine and Shadow

    Maturin Murray Ballou

  • A schoolmate of Milt's, he had been a visitor in the family for a decade and more.

    Painted Veils

    James Huneker


British Dictionary definitions for schoolmate

schoolmate

schoolfellow

noun
  1. a companion at school; fellow pupil
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