extracurricular

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extracurricular

[ek-struh-kuh-rik-yuh-ler]
adjective
1.
outside the regular curriculum or program of courses: football, orchestra, and other extracurricular activities.
2.
outside one's regular work, responsibilities, or routine.
3.
Informal. outside the conventional bounds of propriety or ethics: Does his wife know he has an extracurricular girlfriend?

Origin:
1920–25; extra- + curricular

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extracurricular (ˌɛkstrəkəˈrɪkjʊlə)
 
adj
1.  taking place outside the normal school timetable: extracurricular activities
2.  beyond the regular duties, schedule, etc

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Word Origin & History

extracurricular
1925, from extra- + curricular (see curriculum).
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Example sentences
She also says she didn't let her kids choose their extracurricular activities
  or allow them to be in school plays.
But when the school board learns of his extracurricular activities, he is
  suspended without pay for the semester.
They begin by scrubbing the graffiti off the walls, but their extracurricular
  activities don't stop there.
Make your list now and then add the skills and attributes gained through your
  work and extracurricular experiences.
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