That noble fellow who stands there is my schoolfellow, my old familiar friend!
The invitation was from a schoolfellow of mine, Mysie Sutherland by name.
He was a Lincolnshire man, hailing from Horncastle, and had been a schoolfellow of Banks.
Are you so fond of this schoolfellow, or do you find home dull?'
We used to give a lift in our carriage to this schoolfellow and author-friend of ours.
This lady was the mother of Edith and of the schoolfellow of Coningsby.
Remember that my husband was your early friend—your schoolfellow—your playmate.
And here was one of that famous nationality among them as a schoolfellow.
A schoolfellow of Byron's visited him in his room when his foot was encased in a wooden compress.
You told your schoolfellow that your heart still aches when you speak of him.