The school, college, or university that one has attended.(noun)
The anthem of an institution of higher learning.(noun)
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Use "alma mater" in a sentence
"“I would trade all my points for that last basket,” Selvy, who once scored 100 points in a college basketball contest for his alma mater Furman, told reporters afterward."
"On the coaching at his alma mater compared to Boston: “Rod Dedeaux teaches more in one season at USC than the Red Sox organization does in ten years.”"
"And I met Tom Rollins, the most successful college debater of the 1970s, who had come to my alma mater Georgetown from Texas where his father was in the oil business."