bluecoat[ bloo-koht ]SEE DEFINITION OF bluecoat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUECOAT
A bluecoat sprang forward, halted, and fell flat on his face.
He tells me, too, how the famous Stillingfleete was a Bluecoat boy.
Tales of the bench and assizes and annals of the bluecoat school.
When the firing ceased, there was no bluecoat left to give the order to retreat.
The monastery buildings were converted into the Bluecoat School.
Pelham, secure in reliance on the bluecoat beside him, stopped the car.
"I came along too quick for 'em, I guess," spoke the bluecoat.
I'll send the boys to the Bluecoat School or some such institution.
"Say another word and I'll run you both in," said the bluecoat.
At that Mrs. Riley edged away toward her husband and eyed the bluecoat with hostile looks.