Definition

Oxford: an English city famous for its university proper noun
  • "My name is Susan Bliss and I think I'm better than everyone because I'm from London and I went to Oxford."
  • "Susie : The store is on Oxford Street, and offers a completely new, vibrant shopping experience."
  • "There have been lots of exciting developments here at the Delavigne Corporation recently, and I think that the opening of Delavigne's new flagship store on Oxford Street, London would perhaps be the most interesting for your British readership."
  • "In the pink corner, all the way from Oxford, England, Brian "The Butcher" Jones!"
  • "In the pink corner, all the way from Oxford, England, Brian "the butcher" Jones!"
  • "Susan graduated at the top of her class at Oxford, and has incredible recommendations from every company she has ever worked for."
  • "Well we don't use that system in Britain, but I can tell you that I graduated top of my class in Oxford, with a first class degree."
  • "Oxford's a complete dump."
  • "Brian : Oh how funny, I'm from Oxford."

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