Definition of Optimes

1. Noun. (plural of optime) ¹



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Definition of Optimes

1. optime [n] - See also: optime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Optimes

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Literary usage of Optimes

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1. Scholae Academicae: Some Account of the Studies at the English Universities by Christopher Wordsworth (1877)
"E. Delaval, see p. 16. 1 Chafin (see pp. 29, 863) is put tit the head of the senior optimes; the other three stand above the 2"* wren?. fer. ..."

2. A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall (1859)
"... and to reiterate the stale and perennial remark, that " Wranglers are born with gold spoons in their mouths, Senior optimes with silver, ..."

3. The Admission Register of the Manchester School: With Some Notices of the by Manchester (England). Grammar School, Jeremiah Finch Smith (1866)
"... of the school in 1782, to S. John's college, Cambridge, where he graduated AB 1785, being placed third among the junior optimes, and AM 1788. ..."

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