Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See stud.
“Ted tossed back a freshman's cap, snatched from the head of a luckless "stude" who must go all the way to Yorktown uncapped.”
“And he talks about this high school, that's failed 40,000 its 60,000 stude nts, the way Erin Brockovich would talk about a factory that's polluting the drinking water of a local community.”
“Education researchers face a big challenge: how to separate the results of charter schools' educational techniques from the quality and motivation of the stude nts themselves.”
“The buildings are Victorian-era sandstone; the stude ...”
“Schools opened in Jerusalem, too, but in East Jerusalem tens of thousands of stude ...”
“Stait assemblee wumun stude awn stepz ub stait capital nd borked a toylit wif slej hamur tu pas law.”
“January can anyone answer a reader's questions about stude...”
““He paid what he ought and what he bought, Mr. Galbraith,” said the Bailie, “and was an honester man than ever stude on your shanks.””
“Like the Highland chieftain, "she just stude in the middle of ta fluir and swoor at lairge.”
“And the little knot of faithful admirers who, according to custom, daily assembled by one's and two's about the inn door at Moffat to wait the coming of the coach -- their one excitement -- agreed that "MacGeorge would gang on if the de'il himsel 'stude across the road.”
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