Definition of schooldays in English:

schooldays

Syllabification: school·days
Pronunciation: /ˈsko͞olˌdāz
 
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noun

The period in someone’s life when they attended school: a close friend from their schooldays
More example sentences
  • He wrote on popular music, particularly his beloved Beatles, and the awkwardness of schooldays and adolescence.
  • From schooldays he was a friend of Denis and Vuillard (whose sister he married in 1893) and he met Bonnard at the Académie Julian in Paris, where he enrolled in 1888.
  • He isn't unhappy with his choice, but then again he and his wife had been good friends throughout their schooldays.

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