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Use "schoolboys" in a sentence
"According to the New Zealand Herald the latest fad among Auckland schoolboys is wearing household slippers to school."
"At Harrow the inch-thick oak planks of the Elizabethan benches have been completely worn through in places by the perpetual fidgeting of hundreds of generations of schoolboys, which is as remarkable in its way as the knee grooves at"
"His sons, the Archbishop and his brother, attended the grammar school, rather celebrated in the country; they ran about and played like other lads, and were known as schoolboys to the peasantry."