2. Adverb. In the manner of an undergraduate institution of higher education. ¹
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Definition of Collegiately
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Literary usage of Collegiately
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1. Life in a Mediaeval City, Illustrated by York in the XVth Century by Edwin Benson (1920)
"These vicars- choral formed a corporate body and lived collegiately in the Bedern. The numerous chantries in the Minster were served by priests who also ..."
2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... whether they have to act jointly and severally (collegiately), jointly but individually (solidarity), or solidarity at least in some given case (c. xvi, ..."
3. Proceedings by North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (1906)
"Can we, except as there are very peculiar circumstances, honestly educate collegiately a boy or girl today without ten heads of departments or ten chairs? ..."
4. A Law Dictionary: Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States by John Bouvier (1856)
"An university or corporation is not said to do anything unless it be deliberated upon collegiately, although the majority should do it. Dav. 48. ..."
5. Historical Introduction to the Private Law of Rome by James Muirhead, Henry Goudy (1899)
"... question at issue, and the judges—who probably acted singly and not collegiately— determining it with equal freedom, untrammelled by statutory practice. ..."