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  • noun UK Someone who attends the English school Marlborough College

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Examples

  • “There was never any doubt that Kate was going to Edinburgh,” said a fellow Marlburian.

    William and Kate

  • “There was never any doubt that Kate was going to Edinburgh,” said a fellow Marlburian.

    William and Kate

  • I at least think of that period as one when one's bristles were generally up, and though many happy memories linger, and I have found that to be an old Marlburian is a bond of friendship all the world over, it is the little oddities which one remembers best.

    A Labrador Doctor The Autobiography of Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

  • I suppose it is a heresy for an old Marlburian to own it, but after having played all three games, Rugby,

    Town Life in Australia

  • Another Marlburian studying in Florence agreed that Kate didn’t like getting out of control, but this doesn’t mean she wasn’t sociable.

    William and Kate

  • Another Marlburian studying in Florence agreed that Kate didn’t like getting out of control, but this doesn’t mean she wasn’t sociable.

    William and Kate

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