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  • adjective Of or pertaining to Oxbridge.


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  • The Craig Bond might know no French at all; he's not the suave, Oxbridgian 007 of legend but the strong, silent type, almost a thug for hire, and no smoother with a sardonic quip than John Kerry.

    Archive 2008-01-01 2008

  • “I must apologise for my singular appearance,” he said in his most plummy Oxbridgian.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice King, Laurie R. 2006

  • Furthermore, what I've seen has a distinct classicist bias, presumably derived from the Oxbridgian Latin-Greek bias. THE INTERPRETER SHORTAGE. 2005

  • As a result, they have been forever untethered from their old, stuffy Oxbridgian associations.

    Self-Help Prescription: A Double Dose of Culture 2004


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