Definition of Seatmates

1. Noun. (plural of seatmate) ¹



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Definition of Seatmates

1. seatmate [n] - See also: seatmate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seatmates

seatbelts
seated
seater
seaters
seatholder
seatholders
seatin'
seating
seating area
seating capacity
seating room
seatings
seatless
seatlike
seatmate
seatmates (current term)
seatrain
seatrains
seatrout
seatrouts
seats
seats of government
seatwork
seatworks
seatworm
seatworms
seave
seaven
seaventh
seaves

Literary usage of Seatmates

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1. Day One and Beyond: Practical Matters for New Middle-Level Teachersby Rick Wormeli by Rick Wormeli (2003)
"Students are arranged alphabetically in many areas of their lives; they don't need it in your class as well. They end up with the same seatmates most of the ..."

2. The Work of the Teacher by Sheldon Emmor Davis (1918)
"... clean pupils do not always draw clean seatmates; neighborhood feuds and racial enmities cause trouble from those who do not wish to be neighbors, ..."

3. The Work of the Teacher by Sheldon Emmor Davis (1921)
"... in the modified lottery of getting located, clean pupils do not always draw clean seatmates; neighborhood feuds and racial enmities cause trouble from ..."

4. English in American Universities by William Morton Payne (1895)
"... how it happened that Hale and his seatmates "came out with at least some mechanical knowledge of the mechanical method of handling the English language. ..."

5. English in American Universities by William Morton Payne (1895)
"I think all teachers of composition will feel that Ned Channing's method was good, and will understand very well how it happened that Hale and his seatmates ..."

6. Memories of Many Men in Many Lands: An Autobiography by Francis Edward Clark (1922)
"All of my seatmates in the pews near-by followed the reading of the preacher in equally large and ancient tomes, printed in the old German characters which ..."

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