a person who is or has been a pupil at Eton College.
of or relating to Eton College.
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How to use Etonian in a sentence
But, as an old Etonian, even one who left in disgrace, I doubt it.
Old Etonian James is chief executive of the Eden Rock Capital Management group, which he founded in 2001.
The communications consultant, 42, a former BBC Question Time producer, is an Old Etonian and the nephew of the Duke of Richmond.Pippa Middleton’s Inner Circle Revealed in Charity Ski Donations | Tom Sykes | February 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She is dating Alex Loudon, a 30-year-old Old Etonian and former England cricketer.
There's nothing an Old Etonian abhors more than a kerfuffle, or any major effortfulness.
The thorough Etonian impress, with all that it involved, was of no small account in his life, as well as in that of his son.Life of John Coleridge Patteson | Charlotte M. Yonge
The Latin poetry of an Etonian is generally reckoned at that School the chief test of his literary talent.Spare Hours | John Brown
The scholarship had been won by a precocious Etonian with an extraordinary talent for 'stems' and all that appertaineth thereto.Robert Elsmere | Mrs. Humphry Ward
"The cooking is fifty times better at old Birch's," the young Etonian growled.Salome | Emma Marshall
Fitzjames's position in this bigger public school had at any rate one advantage over his old Etonian days.The Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I. | Sir Leslie Stephen
British Dictionary definitions for Etonian
a pupil of Eton College
of or relating to Eton College
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