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Vassar

[vas-er] /ˈvæs ər/
noun
1.
Matthew, 1792–1868, U.S. merchant, philanthropist, and supporter of education for women; born in England: founder of Vassar College.
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  • The influence of such a man in a free democracy was to Vassar a cause of constant grief and wonder.

    The Fall of a Nation Thomas Dixon
  • I say, Dorothy, let's take the other side of the river, and enter Vassar College.

    A Rock in the Baltic Robert Barr
  • Billy Holland, a captain of infantry, had been chosen by Vassar to lead the assault on Waldrons place.

    The Fall of a Nation Thomas Dixon
  • Maude charged him, again and again before he went to Vassar.

    Gretchen Mary J. Holmes
  • I want you to sanction our engagement, with a view to our marriage as soon as she shall have graduated from Vassar.

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