Oxfords [noun]

Definition of Oxfords:

heavy, often tall, shoe

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Sentence/Example of Oxfords:

Mr. Gladstone was again returned unopposed for the University of Oxford.

You have never taken to study, else, as you know, I would have sent you to Oxford.

Some years ago I lectured in Oxford on the subject of Education.

The music was adapted from Athaliah, which, so far, had only been heard at Oxford.

A boy has been arrested for picking pockets in Oxford Street.

We did not meet at the university; he went to Oxford, and I to Cambridge.

The colleges of Oxford and Cambridge both claim him as a student.

He completed his education at Queen's and Magdalen colleges, Oxford.

How many other figures in that vanished Oxford world I should like to draw!

We had first met him, as I have said, on a week-end visit to the Talbots at Oxford.