Wykehamist

/ (ˈwɪkəmɪst) /


noun
  1. a pupil or former pupil of Winchester College

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How to use Wykehamist in a sentence

  • "The second-year men don't like it," agreed the long-legged Wykehamist with a wise air.

    Sinister Street, vol. 2 | Compton Mackenzie
  • Michael perceived with pleasure and faint relief that he seemed to be amusing his neighbor, a Wykehamist called Castleton.

    Sinister Street, vol. 2 | Compton Mackenzie
  • Every Wykehamist remembers the ancient and picturesque mills of Winchester, with the mill-stream bridged by the main street.

  • He was a Wykehamist, and is referred to in a letter by Wordsworth to Dyce in 1833.

  • The broad-shouldered Wykehamist, utterly unnerved, sat by the bed trembling from head to foot.

    Lady Connie | Mrs. Humphry Ward