Mr Harbord was an old Harrovian famed for his joviality, and his suicide shocked his friends and family.
On this occasion the nine-year old Harrovian, attended by his brother George, tat.
John, inordinately grateful at this recognition of himself as an Harrovian, forgave the gibe.
Dr. Parr's judgement in this case might be somewhat influenced by his prepossessions as an Harrovian.
Cæsar's governor seemed to know what every Harrovian had done worth the doing.
The Head Master was not an Harrovian, and on that account was the better able to perceive time-honoured abuses.
In the following year our Politics found a fresh vent through the establishment of The Harrovian.
If I had not scouted old Kedge, you would be prancing about here, a Harrovian, counting the partridges.'
It was a judgment which wrung my Harrovian withers, but of which I could not dispute the truth.
"We told Silas Upham that you were an old Harrovian," began my brother.