Ecclesiastical. the treasury of a monastery.
British. a college scholarship.
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How to use bursary in a sentence
We need scholarships and bursaries that open the fields of environmental and climate science to more young people of color.There is No Climate Justice Without Racial Justice | Manish Bapna | May 3, 2021 | Time
With some financial scheming, and the presentation of a bursary, Camille was entered a student at the college of Louis-le-Grand.
But I found a very necessary stimulus in the details of the examination for the bursary.The Dew of Their Youth | S. R. Crockett
He had gained a small bursary, and gave lessons when he could.Robert Falconer | George MacDonald
For such heresy he ought to be sent with a bursary to a seminary for priests—but enough of that.The Duel | A. I. Kuprin
And at the gate he waved his hat in the air, and cries, 'The Jamieson bursary.'Afterwards | Ian Maclaren
British Dictionary definitions for bursary
Also called: bursarship a scholarship or grant awarded esp in Scottish and New Zealand schools, universities etc
the treasury of a college, etc
the bursar's room in a college
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