Recently I'm learning the usage of the word "such". I looked up several dictionaries and found that in Collins Dictionary, one sense of "such" has the following usage:
You use such...as to link something or someone with a clause in which you give a description of the kind of thing or person that you mean.
Each member of the alliance agrees to take such action as it deems necessary.
Britain is not enjoying such prosperity as it was in the mid-1980s.
Such as is also used.
Children do not use inflections such as are used in mature adult speech.
However, I didn't see this in other dictionaries like Oxford Learner's Dictionaries and Longman Dictionary. Can "such" be used like this? If so, is this sentence correct: He is such a person as for everyone in the class his name is known.