I don't like being branded as the day-boy's foe, when I think how much I would have given to be a day-boy myself.
Picture the day-boy's life—at home for meals, at home for preparation, at home for sleep, running home with every fancied wrong.
It was only last term that the first day-boy was admitted into Mr. West's establishment.
He, too, was a day-boy, whose people lived in a suburb of the town which lay upon my road.
My father had striven his utmost to get me taken as a day-boy, or at any rate to be allowed to keep a book against the Muses.
Of Valpy my father would tell how once he had flogged a day-boy, whose father came the next day to complain of his severity.
Into the story at this point comes the narrative of Charles Mereweather Cook, aged fourteen, a day-boy.
He had bought it because he wished to educate his only son at Harrow as a "Home-Boarder," or day-boy.
Freedham, quite recovered, returned to his day-boy roof among the endless roofs of Kensingtowe Town.
“I wonder where the day-boy cads go for their tucks,” said Trimble in an audible voice, evidently intended for the opposition.