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undergraduateship

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The position or condition of an undergraduate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The position or condition of an undergraduate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The position or condition of an undergraduate.

Etymologies

undergraduate +‎ -ship (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Strong; and time, I think, has brought out his valuable qualities, and rendered him a more accomplished rascal than he was during your undergraduateship.

    The History of Pendennis

  • With reference to the imposition supposed to be set Porson (Vol. ii., p. 71.), and shown by C. at p. 106. to be by Joshua Barnes, I question whether any imposition were ever set him: for I have heard Mr. Summers (Porson's first instructor) observe, that he was a well-conducted man during the whole of his undergraduateship; others have reported the same of him.

    Notes and Queries, Number 63, January 11, 1851

  • It is scarcely fair to reckon Cardinal Manning among Oxford celebrities; but during my undergraduateship he made two incursions into the

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography

  • It was for a speaker whose undergraduateship lay thirty years behind to state as plainly as he could his own deepest obligation to the place which had decided the course and complexion of his life.

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography

  • In 1858, when "The Defence of Guenevere" came out, Mr. Morris must have been but a year or two from his undergraduateship.

    Adventures Among Books

  • As has been already remarked, it is scarcely probable that this can have been the poet, then a youth of some seventeen years on the verge of his undergraduateship.

    A Biography of Edmund Spenser

  • Lancashire {2} before his undergraduateship, as well as after.

    A Biography of Edmund Spenser

  • (Deronda's undergraduateship occurred fifteen years ago, when the perfection of our university methods was not yet indisputable.)

    Daniel Deronda

  • Dean Bradley tells us how he took Oxford by storm in the days of the undergraduateship of Clough and Matthew Arnold.

    Alfred Tennyson

  • Oxbridge, was with Strong; and time, I think, has brought out his valuable qualities, and rendered him a more accomplished rascal than he was during your undergraduateship.

    The History of Pendennis

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