Michaelmas term


noun
  1. the autumn term at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, the Inns of Court, and some other educational establishments

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How to use Michaelmas term in a sentence

  • I could vary it not so little as thrice over again; 't has some eight returns, like Michaelmas term.

  • At which time we all departed several ways into the country, to meet again at the beginning of Michaelmas term.

    What Gunpowder Plot Was | Samuel Rawson Gardiner
  • The Michaelmas term was prorogued until December 5, but very few came to the congregation, the plague not ceasing until February.

  • The Oxford Michaelmas term was beginning, and there were lectures to be prepared; but this was not all the reason.

    My First Book: | Various
  • It was about a month before the commencement of Michaelmas term that the parties quitted London.

    Guy Fawkes | Thomas Lathbury