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 for graduate
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  191 Moby Thesaurus words for "graduate":
     Admirable Crichton, academic, adept, adjust, advance, aggrandize,
     alumna, alumnae, alumni, alumnus, ameliorate, amend, appraise,
     appreciate, artisan, artist, assay, assess, attache, authority,
     autodidactic, bachelor, be blooded, be successful, bookish, bulk,
     calculate, calibrate, calibrated, caliper, catch on,
     check a parameter, click, college graduate, college man,
     college-bred, collegiate, come along, come off, come on, compute,
     connaisseur, connect, connoisseur, consultant, cordon bleu,
     crack shot, craftsman, cross-disciplinary, dead shot, decrease,
     degrees, develop, dial, differentiate, diplomat, diplomatist,
     divide, doctoral candidate, educated class, educated man,
     elder statesman, elevate, enlarge, ennoble, estimate, evaluate,
     exalt, experienced hand, expert, expert consultant, farewell,
     fathom, gain, gain ground, gauge, get ahead, get along, go,
     go ahead, go forward, go great guns, go off, go over, go over big,
     go to town, grad, gradate, gradational, grade, gradual,
     graduate student, graduate-professional, graduated, group,
     grow better, handy man, hierarchic, improve, increase,
     interdisciplinary, journeyman, kick upstairs, knight, learned,
     look up, make a hit, make headway, make progress, make strides,
     mark, marksman, match, measure, meet with success, meliorate, mend,
     mensurate, meritocracy, mete, meter, no slouch, pace, pass,
     pedagogical, perk up, pick up, plumb, politician, postgraduate,
     prefer, prevail, prize, pro, probe, professional, professor,
     proficient, progress, progressive, promote, proportion, prosper,
     qualify, quantify, quantize, raise, range, rank, rate, regular,
     savant, scalar, scale, scholarly, scholastic, schoolboyish,
     schoolgirlish, schoolish, shade off, shape up, shark, sharp,
     show improvement, size, size up, skyrocket, sophomoric, sort,
     sound, span, statesman, step, studentlike, studious, succeed,
     survey, take, take a reading, take off, technical adviser,
     technician, triangulate, undergraduate, up, upgrade, valuate,
     value, weigh, work well, work wonders

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