Origin of Oxonian
Examples from the Web for oxonian
Perhaps only thing we do not share is that he is a Cantabrian, whereas I am an Oxonian, but nobody is perfect.
A (p. 153) few glimpses of the life of this fifteenth-century Oxonian may conclude our survey.Life in the Medieval University|Robert S. Rait, M.A.
The young Oxonian was a retiring and timid man, and none had voluntarily assumed his colours.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
It's a kind of emancipation from freshness—a thing unpleasant in an egg, but dignified in an Oxonian—very.The Life of John Ruskin|W. G. Collingwood
Of his eight great-grandparents, five were French and three Dutch, a fact he once intimated in the Oxonian's presence.Little Journeys To the Homes of the Great, Volume 3 (of 14)|Elbert Hubbard
Lancaster placed his field, bowled a lightning ball, and splintered an old Oxonian's middle stump.Tell England|Ernest Raymond