[ UK /vˈɑːsɪti/ ]
[ US /ˈvɑɹsɪti/ ]
  1. a British abbreviation of `university'; usually refers to Oxford University or Cambridge University
  2. a team representing a college or university
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How To Use varsity In A Sentence

  • Winning the Varsity matches, and in reasonably comfortable fashion, is cause for celebration.
  • Even as the varsity officials maintain that the fee hike was inevitable, most students see the hike as monumental.
  • The Varsity itself is a wonderfully stylish boutique hotel in the heart of the city, its upper storeys offering astounding views. The Sun
  • I have what one would call a varsity team, JV, and C team. ¿Wanna help?
  • Yeah, well it's kind of helped me through some pretty dire times of stress, like my 4th year at varsity.
  • Racial tension has been running high at the University of the Free State where a strong police presence was maintained during intervarsity. News24 Top Stories
  • This was my thirteenth consecutive Varsity match. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was into music and arts; he was on the baseball varsity of his school and the team representing his city.
  • Is the Varsity match still relevant? Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘They grow in confidence and this benefits them later when they go to varsity,’ says Rebeck.
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