If he kept tight hold upon himself he felt he might get to the athenaeum before—before anything more happened.
Rex is the popular ball, the affair of the people, and is held in the athenaeum.
The chief resurrectionist was one Abraham Hay-ward, known as a teller of salacious stories at the athenaeum.
He now bought the London athenaeum, which, though just born, was dying.
If you should hear who writes in the "athenaeum" I wish you would tell me.
His will (undated) was printed in the athenaeum for the 1st of February 1890.
"The Church is not a thing like the athenaeum Club," he cried.
In the athenaeum Allen Cunningham made an effort to be appreciative and sympathetic.
At the athenaeum and in political society he to some extent succeeded to the position of Croker.
Georgie says you want to know the verdict of the 'athenaeum.'
1727, from Latinized form of Greek Athenaion "(the temple of) Athene," in ancient Athens, in which professors taught and actors or poets rehearsed. Meaning "literary club-room or reading room" is from 1799; "literary or scientific club" is from 1864.