exhibitioner
noun Date: 1679 British one who holds a grant from a school or university

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  • Exhibitioner — Ex hi*bi tion*er, n. (Eng. Univ.) One who has a pension or allowance granted for support. [1913 Webster] A youth who had as an exhibitioner from Christ s Hospital. G. Eliot. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • exhibitioner — [ek΄sə bish′ənər] n. Brit. a student who is awarded an EXHIBITION (sense 4) …   English World dictionary

  • exhibitioner — /ek seuh bish euh neuhr/, n. Brit. a student who receives an exhibition. [1565 75; EXHIBITION + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • exhibitioner — noun A student at secondary school or university who has been awarded an exhibition. The exhibition usually involves a financial prize and may include the right to wear a distinctive gown, especially at the University of Oxford …   Wiktionary

  • exhibitioner — ex·hi bi·tion·er || ‚eksɪ bɪʃnÉ™(r) n. student who receives an allowance, student who receives an exhibition (British) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • exhibitioner — noun Brit. a student who has been awarded an exhibition (scholarship) …   English new terms dictionary

  • exhibitioner — ex·hi·bi·tion·er …   English syllables

  • exhibitioner — n. Brit. a student who has been awarded an exhibition …   Useful english dictionary

  • Snell exhibitioner — The Snell Exhibition is an annual scholarship awarded by Balliol College, Oxford and its recipients are referred to as Snell Exhibitioners. The award was founded by the bequest of Sir John Snell in a will that he made in 1677. It is awarded to… …   Wikipedia

  • Ben Summerskill — Ben Jeffrey Peter Summerskill (born 6 October 1961) is the Chief Executive of the UK based Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual equality organisation Stonewall, now the largest gay equality body in Europe. He has a lesbian twin sister, Clare, who is a… …   Wikipedia

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