yearbook

[yeer-book]
noun
1.
a book published annually, containing information, statistics, etc., about the past year: an encyclopedia yearbook.
2.
a book published by the graduating class of a high school or college, containing photographs of class members and commemorating school activities.

Origin:
1580–90; year + book

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yearbook (ˈjɪəˌbʊk)
 
n
an almanac or reference book published annually and containing details of events of the previous year

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yearbook
1588, "book of reports of cases in law-courts for that year," from year + book. Meaning "book of events and statistics of the previous year" is recorded from 1710. Sense of "graduating class album" is attested from 1926, Amer.Eng.
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Example sentences
Working on the yearbook or school newspaper or literary magazine might give a student a taste of publishing.
Of course, you can use any of their themes for your yearbook, though.
We cross out the ex-girlfriends' pictures in the yearbook with a blue ballpoint pen.
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