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Bookman   /bˈʊkmən/   Listen
Bookman

noun
(pl. bookmen)
1.
A learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines.  Synonyms: scholar, scholarly person, student.






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Words linked to "Bookman" :   Edmond Malone, Lorenzo the Magnificent, schoolman, humanist, bibliophile, Lorenzo de'Medici, pundit, licentiate, initiate, bookworm, salutatory speaker, Edmund Malone, book lover, cabalist, Masorite, philosopher, grad, historiographer, Crichton, intellectual, theologian, theologizer, valedictorian, booklover, James Crichton, alum, scholiast, Dr., scholarly person, medieval Schoolman, salutatorian, doctor, mujtihad, reader, kabbalist, historian, Shakespearean, master, postdoc, scholar, Massorete, Shakespearian, valedictory speaker, alumna, Masorete, student, theologiser, intellect, scholastic, post doc, musicologist, Sinologist, Malone, bibliographer, savant, theologist, Arabist, Renaissance man, The Admirable Crichton, Islamist, learned person, philomath, academician, graduate, goliard, Marcus Terentius Varro, Varro, generalist, alumnus, Vedist, pedant



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