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  • n. Plural form of Byronian.


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  • It had succeeded, in some measure, to the sect of the Byronians, whom he has described in the review of Moore's Life of Lord Byron, who discarded their neckcloths, and fixed little models of skulls on the sand-glasses by which they regulated the boiling of their eggs for breakfast.

    Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches — Volume 1

  • A few phone calls to Byronians feigning celebrity interest have so far revealed a dearth of A-list blow-ins clogging up the streets this year. The Northern Star


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