collegian

[ kuh-lee-juh n, -jee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF collegian

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As it approached, there was not a Collegian within doors, nor a turnkey absent.

He was the only collegian for a long time who had not worn the proper cap.

Of this truth no one of our teachers, when I was a collegian, seemed to have a suspicion.

The collegian danced and drove and flirted and dined and sang the night away.

"I'm almost sure she doesn't," the collegian replied, placidly.

Well, Sis, there is no use making a wry face about it, the collegian said.

Lidgerwood's laugh was as hearty as Van Lew's or the collegian's.

He relished it with all the curiosity of a youth and the gusto of a collegian.

He made the collegian and Welty known to each other by name only.

The preliminary cocktail had only arrived when in walked the collegian.

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