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school bus

noun
1.
a vehicle used to transport students to and from school or used for other related purposes.
Origin of school bus
1905-1910
1905-10, Americanism
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Examples from the web for school bus
  • They were school bus-size creatures with feet only a few inches long, useless for walking.
  • So a school bus looks yellow even in shadow or dented in a way that locally changes its shade.
  • The back door of the school bus is usually open for kids to run in and out on sunny days.
  • Watch in awe as someone throws together, say, a school bus in under a minute.
  • The three speed manual shift had a throw as big as a school bus.
  • When she meets a school bus one day, the state police and local hunters become involved.
  • It isn't easy to move out of the way fast when you are bigger than a school bus.
  • Roy wonders why he is not getting on the school bus.
  • They're combining the middle school with the high school bus.
  • Ma had been glad to get out of the school bus into a real house for a change.

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