Examples from the Web for eton
That the Eton- and Oxford-educated Cameron can come to terms with the realities of numbers should come as no surprise.
Huxley, 14 in 1908, had been just settling in at Eton when his mother died.Three Great Men Died That Day: JFK, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley|John Garth|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Harrovians were also judged to be a bit thick, as the school was not as academically demanding as Eton.
It was filmed at Eton in the early nineties, when I was a student there.
And watching these two programs side by side makes one feel infinitely happier to have been expelled from Eton than from Harrow.
She was in a short tailored suit, Eton collar, Alpine hat and feather.The Salamander|Owen Johnson
He was educated at Eton, where he was so much distinguished that his exercises were recommended as models to his schoolfellows.Lives of the Poets: Gay, Thomson, Young, and Others|Samuel Johnson
The salary of the Master at Eton was then 10 a year, or fifty shillings for each of the four terms.Roister Doister|Nicholas Udall
Eight-oars had been manned at Eton before they found their way to Oxford.Boating|W. B. Woodgate
One represents Sroe (with title on medallion), the Eton of Denmark.Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain|Arthur Hayden
British Dictionary definitions for eton
Word Origin and History for eton
collar (1887), jacket (1881, formerly worn by the younger boys there), etc., from Eton College, public school for boys on the Thames opposite Windsor, founded by Henry VI. The place name is Old English ea "river" (see ea) + tun "farm, settlement."