Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A scholar or pupil attending a day-school.—
- n. A scholar who attends a boarding-school, but who boards at home.
“He was entered as a day-scholar at a popular school at”
“He had leave to go to the little town of Longhampton, three miles away, to visit a day-scholar, a great friend of his, now on the sick list.”
“Chegaray's, where Frances Kellogg was a boarding pupil and in a class higher than mine when I was a day-scholar.”
“Every day-scholar will be charged 1 dollar for fire-wood; besides the above charges none will be made, except for the necessary books.”
“And, consequently, when my friend looked in to visit a day-scholar who was to be operated on for adenoids -- I've no idea what they are, but a thing with a name like that would naturally have to be cut out of one -- she was told of this poor fellow, and has shed the light of her countenance on him occasionally since.”
“During the intervals of sickness my mother yielded to our entreaties, and Caroline was sent to school; but as a day-scholar she often missed classes for one reason or another, being so often wanted, and after becoming a boarder she never remained in the same institution for more than a few months at a time.”
“But being now become a day-scholar at the Grammar School, and thrown whether I would or not among other boys of my own age, I sank my recondite self deeply under the folds of my quickened senses.”
“School, which he attended for some years as a day-scholar.”
“Proudhon entered school as a day-scholar in the sixth class.”
“But the fact that I had been cut off from my coevals by night, cut me off from them also by day -- so that I was nothing to them, neither a boarder nor a day-scholar, neither flesh, fish nor fowl.”
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