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How to use Oxonian in a sentence
Perhaps only thing we do not share is that he is a Cantabrian, whereas I am an Oxonian, but nobody is perfect.
The Oxonian, half sighing, unfolded his clasped hands, one of which he reposed upon the shoulder of Lionel.Camilla | Fanny Burney
The Oxonian stood aghast: but Indiana, springing forward, and losing in curiosity every other sensation, cried: 'Dear!Camilla | Fanny Burney
Our traveling companion for the time was a young Oxonian, a Lancashire man of family and fortune.
There was, moreover, a youth in Sydenham who clamoured for Mr. Babington, and who was after that much-tried young Oxonian's heart.The Halo | Bettina von Hutten
Over a champion course, in a match, Lee would in his Henley form have been a score or more lengths behind the Oxonian.Boating | W. B. Woodgate
British Dictionary definitions for Oxonian
of or relating to Oxford or Oxford University
a member of Oxford University
an inhabitant or native of Oxford
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