Usage examples for collegian

  1. I was well acquainted, fifty- five years ago, with three eminent men, who afterwards became viceroys, as their fellow classman and collegian at Christ Church. – My Life as an Author by Martin Farquhar Tupper
  2. He wore a brown business suit, a soft shirt and soft collar fastened by a gold safety pin- quite the style of dress of an American collegian. – Face to Face with Kaiserism by James W. Gerard
  3. There was not a collegian within doors, nor a turnkey absent, as they crossed the yard. – The World's Greatest Books, Vol III by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.
  4. Luna enjoyed the free and lawless life of war with the zest of a collegian out of bounds; but he could not hide the feeling of painful disillusion that the sight of those armies of the Faith caused him. – The Shadow of the Cathedral by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
  5. What delight in the returned Member of Assembly; what admiration of the future Collegian. – Hills of the Shatemuc by Susan Warner
  6. The count became livid with anger, and, by this time on his feet, ready to come to blows with the collegian. – Pepita Ximenez by Juan Valera
  7. " Unless I mistake," mused he to himself, " these young sparks of Saint George's will some day think fit to be proud of their poor fellow- collegian." – The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch by Talbot Baines Reed
  8. Although the use of this word is very general, yet it is so peculiarly applicable to the many annoyances to which a collegian is subjected, that it has come by adoption to be, to a certain extent, a student term. – A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall
  9. Dr. Dwight was a fellow collegian with them. – The Development of Religious Liberty in Connecticut by M. Louise Greene, Ph. D.
  10. This old young man went when I went, his waistcoats multiplied, he compressed his waist, he excited his horse to a gallop in order to catch and accompany my carriage to the promenade: he compromised me with the grace of a young collegian, and was considered madly in love with me. – The Petty Troubles of Married Life, Complete by Honore de Balzac
  11. Well, if I were in your place, I would not take Heaven to task, which is in no wise to blame, but this jackanapes of a collegian, and I would have it out with him, or never again call myself Pepita Ximenez. – Pepita Ximenez by Juan Valera
  12. Not I; as I before told you, only school verses in dead languages: but I found in my knapsack this morning a copy of some rhymes, made by a fellow- collegian, which I put into my pocket meaning to read them to you both. – Kenelm Chillingly, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  13. To judge impartially we must take into account the influence which time and circumstances exercise on men; and distinguish between the different characters of the Collegian, the General, the Consul, and the Emperor. – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton