- Relating to Cambridge (in England) or Cambridge University.More example sentences
- In the nineteenth century, publishers cranked out endless streams of literary and semi-scientific ramblings by Oxonian and Cantabrigian dons with too much time on their hands.
- These are Cantabrigian stories, told with a firm awareness of a wider British backdrop.
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- A member of Cambridge University.More example sentences
- If you happen to be a fellow Bostonian or Cantabrigian, then get in touch with chapter President Ronan Wolfsdorf find out what we're up to.
- The group that has, for the last couple of years, straggled so far behind its Cantabrigian and Dunelmian (yes, it's a word) counterparts that we would consider ourselves lucky to choke on their dust.
- Lubenow adheres to a dry empiricism and rigorous abstention from overt theory which he deems appropriately Cantabrigian and Apostolic.
More definitions of CantabrigianDefinition of Cantabrigian in:
- The US English dictionary