Oxonian


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Oxonian

1. of or relating to Oxford or Oxford University
2. a member of Oxford University
3. an inhabitant or native of Oxford
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15700, since it was copied by and belonged to the former Oxonian and cathedral canon, Thomas Cyrcetur.
Here, Little describes the Oxonian as emblematic of a type: the mischievous university student.
Mind you, it was not the urbane Oxonian who sprang to Sargeson's mind when they met in person: 'it doesn't seem quite right that he should be at Oxford--I can better imagine him as a very rich and successful Chicago Irish thug'.
Alice Robb, McCain Addresses Oxford, OXONIAN GLOBALIST, Oct.
We know that he quarreled painfully with Douglas about "schoolboy faults," writing in De profundis that the translation was not only unworthy of Douglas's Oxonian education but of the beautiful play Wilde had written.
23) The author's poem 'To a Friend Accusing Me because He Saw Not My Name among the Late Oxford Poets, Who Wrote in Praise of the Peace, betwixt England and Holland', (24) anticipates attempts to identify him via another Oxonian publication-presumably the verse anthology, Musarum Oxoniensium elaiophoria (1654):25 'I've no intent / Yet to be taken for a fool in print'.
To my ear, Ruskin's next comments here comprise a Christian typological critique of another Oxonian, Walter Pater, who had previously held up for secular veneration La Gioconda.
Evelyn Waugh: An Oxonian Life Parallels Brideshead Revisited" BS honors thesis.
Oxonian Park Langford Locks Kidlington Oxon OX5 1FP
Can you imagine what someone might think if they were to look at what we are doing at this Buddhist seminary in the middle of the night working with Oxonian English: "Cathy's hair is black.