a society or club of women or girls, especially in a college.
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How to use sorority in a sentence
While what goes into the curation of every TikTok user’s For You page remains a mystery, one thing has become clear—content from University of Alabama students vying for a spot at the school’s sororities has dominated the app over the last week.RushTok Is a Mesmerizing Viral Trend. It Also Amplifies Sororities’ Problems With Racism | Cady Lang | August 19, 2021 | Time
A week before Martinez died, the complaint says, each pledge was locked in a room with a woman rushing a campus sorority.A freshman was ‘hazed to death,’ his family says. 15 former fraternity members now face charges. | Reis Thebault | June 4, 2021 | Washington Post
I sort of compare it to rushing a sorority where it’s like “I went through this difficult thing and now I’m going to do this to you.”
In this sorority of strangers, I met Teresa Gardner and Brianna Fox.Some young women embraced their gray hair during the pandemic. They might not go back. | Maura Judkis | April 12, 2021 | Washington Post
Some former employees say the company felt like a sorority in the early days.How Whitney Wolfe Herd Turned a Vision of a Better Internet Into a Billion-Dollar Brand | Charlotte Alter/Austin | March 19, 2021 | Time
Her wealthy family imposed its own monetary and social punishment for stepping outside the sorority.
I still miss my friend, a girl from a privileged white family that had a multi-generation history in a sorority at USC.
She turned to me as someone to keep her honest after she first dropped her sorority.
There was another viral post discussing why sorority recruitment needs to change.
Four years ago, when I was a sorority freshman, I would have never said I was a feminist.
Miss Weyman said there were eighteen girls in their sorority, interposed Jerry.Marjorie Dean College Freshman | Pauline Lester
Hang pennants of the colors everywhere, and if it is a musical sorority, work in the staff and notes in the decorations.Breakfasts and Teas | Paul Pierce
Have a sorority of dolls dressed in the colors, each doll holding a pennant, in the center of the table.Breakfasts and Teas | Paul Pierce
The Theta Gammas wrote her down as material for a quaint little, quiet little dig,—not of sorority interest.Stanford Stories | Charles K. Field
The sorority fever had not struck the little group of her especial friends in their freshman year.Betty Lee, Sophomore | David Goodger (email@example.com)
British Dictionary definitions for sorority
mainly US a social club or society for university women
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