Definition of Graduand

1. Noun. (Commonwealth) A university student who has completed the requirements for, but has not yet been awarded, a particular degree. ¹



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Definition of Graduand

1. one who is about to graduate [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Graduand

gradiometers
gradiometry
grads
gradual
gradualism
gradualisms
gradualist
gradualistic
gradualists
graduality
graduall
gradually
gradualness
gradualnesses
graduals
graduand (current term)
graduands
graduate
graduate(a)
graduate engineer
graduate engineers
graduate nurse
graduate nurses
graduate school
graduate schools
graduate student
graduate students
graduated
graduated compress
graduated cylinder

Literary usage of Graduand

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1904)
"To the superficial observer it may seem a small matter whether the presiding official places a cap of ancient origin upon the head of the graduand, ..."

2. Miscellany of the Scottish History Society by Scottish History Society (1904)
"The third statute, dated 1408, enacts that, 'especially for the speedier acquisition of a mace,' every student, whether novice or graduand, shall pay the ..."

3. Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica by Frederic Madden, Bulkeley Bandinel, John Gough Nichols (1836)
"... solut cognat Dni Fundator et in facult graduand.—Et solut Joh Wykeham cognat Dni Fundator de ..."

4. Handbook to City and University by University of Aberdeen, Robert Walker, A. M. Munro (1906)
"Registration on the General Council was now made compulsory on every graduand, an enrolment fee being exigible. There was at the time considerable outcry ..."

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