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student body

all the students enrolled at an educational institution.
Origin of student body
1920-25 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • One also wonders if he considered the likely effect his warnings would have on a student body composed of teenagers.
  • The move had little to do with the wishes of either school's athletes, fans, or general student body.
  • Discipline was weak, gang ties intensified, and in five years a student body of eleven hundred shrank by nearly half.
  • He organized a meeting of the student body to protest the school's decision.
  • It's mostly about crafting a ceremony that appeals to the majority of the student body.
  • At less selective private colleges, increasing the size of the student body is a dubious strategy.
  • In this view, the campus will not find peace until it surgically removes these diseased members from the student body politic.
  • Starting slowly, it broadened the diversity of its student body, accepting more people of color and more scholarship students.
  • The student body is diverse and, with low tuition fees, the school is generally reckoned to be excellent value for money.
  • The student body is diverse and there is a strong emphasis on teamwork and a personal approach to student development.

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