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Some 168 Cambridge students joined Seeking – a controversial US-based internet dating website which matches attractive young women with wealthy, usually older men – last year.
Eight of the other top 20 universities using the website were based in London.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, this is the first recorded instance of the word.
Virginia Woolf used it, citing Thackeray, in her 1929 essay A Room of One's Own.
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Seeking is frequented by male business executives on an average income of £170,000 per year.
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The word Oxbridge may also be used pejoratively: as a descriptor of social class (referring to the professional classes who dominated the intake of both universities at the beginning of the twentieth century), Thackeray's Pendennis also introduced the term Camford as another combination of the university names – "he was a Camford man and very nearly got the English Prize Poem" – although this term has never achieved the same degree of usage as Oxbridge.
Camford was also used in the Sherlock Holmes story The Adventure of the Creeping Man (1923).