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schoolwork

[skool-wurk] /ˈskulˌwɜrk/
noun
1.
the material studied in or for school, comprising homework and work done in class.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60; school1 + work
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  • Simultaneously they do their schoolwork, which could easily be calculus, and watch tv online.
  • These figures have led to a near obsession in officialdom with boys and their schoolwork.
  • The students had brought their schoolwork, and studied as they sat at the counter.
  • You're a college student, and thirty-eight per cent of the writing you do is outside of your schoolwork.
  • It's warm, and it's too early in the semester for schoolwork to seem urgent.
  • Every day when my second-grader comes home from school, she hands me a stack of schoolwork to look at.
  • Play a video game that will help you practice your math, spelling, or another skill that helps you in your schoolwork.
  • Where the geek activities were once the primary activities, now it's little league, schoolwork and recitals.
  • They tended to start out behind academically, and many felt intimidated by the schoolwork.
  • We dangled said goods as prizes for some schoolwork-related activity, and their level of motivation seemed to plummet.

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