oppidan

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oppidan

(ˈɒpɪdən)
adj
of a town; urban
n
a person living in a town
[C16: from Latin oppidānus, from oppidum town]
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Went to Westminster School as a King's Scholar, when I was principally living on garbage, and sleeping in market baskets.
And David lived in the exclusive King's Scholars College, wore a black gown and had 'KS' after his name, in order to distinguish himself from the other pupils.
He went to Eton, where he passed the prestigious exam to become a King's Scholar, and went on to read classics at Balliol College, Oxford, where he was president of the Oxford Union.