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speech day

noun

  1. (in schools) an annual day on which prizes are presented, speeches are made by guest speakers, etc


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I should be too late for a speech-day, or I should probably go down to Harrow.

Speech-Day at Harrow has been for more than forty years one of my favourite holidays.

This is the speech-day; and after the ceremonies in the school a procession of boats takes place on the Thames.

I determined, however, not to allow this distinction to make me overbearing to my inferiors at our next speech-day.

There was an annual speech-day, and Charles, on the first occasion, obtained a prize for his performance.

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