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school sb.1 (2 a sense once currentin certain phrases, e.g. ‘men of school’, ‘degree of school’, ‘art of school’)
1. “set to ,” to send to be taught, give instruction to 3H6 III. ii. 193 “And set the murd'rous Machiavel to ,” Lr. II. iv. 68 “We'll set thee to to an ant,” Lucr. 1820 “Now set thy long-experienc'd wit to school.”
3. “the s-s,” the (medical) faculty All'sW. I. iii. 248.
4. schooling, learning LLL. V. ii. 71 “wisdom's warrant and the help of school.”
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