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grade school

noun
1.
an elementary school that has its pupils grouped or classified into grades.
Also, graded school.
Origin of grade school
1850-1855
1850-55, Americanism
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Examples from the web for grade school
  • That's a grade school argument riddled with historical inaccuracies.
  • On a playground in grade school, when you choose sides for a team sport, you pick the best athletes for your side.
  • Since you were unable to specify any faults with that section, other then implying its something from grade school.
  • Teach proper heath and eating habits in grade school.
  • If you can't tell the difference than you are not paying attention and/or didn't make it through grade school.
  • From the time he was in grade school, he longed to be on a stage, or near one.
  • All through college my professors tried to push me toward the good old reliable field of teaching music at the grade school level.
  • Since grade school many of them have been hitting the books, mastering skills, chasing down growth experiences.
  • Mousetrap cars are an old standby for science projects in grade school.
  • She started working while in grade school and earned enough for her first bicycle.
British Dictionary definitions for grade school

grade school

noun
1.
(US) another name for elementary school
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