gentleman-commoner


gentleman–commoner

noun
plural gentlemen–commoners

Definition of GENTLEMAN-COMMONER

:  any of a privileged class of commoners formerly required to pay higher fees than ordinary commoners at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge

First Known Use of GENTLEMAN-COMMONER

1687

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