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Pundit   /pˈəndət/   Listen
Pundit

noun
(Written also pandit)
1.
Someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field.  Synonyms: initiate, learned person, savant.






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"Pundit" Quotes from Famous Books



... found that the administration had determined that no law should be passed, and that the doctrine that Congress had no power to establish a bank should be upheld. He also discovered that the constitutional pundit in the White House, who was so opposed to a single national bank, had created, by his own fiat, a large number of small national banks in the guise of state banks, to which the public deposits were committed, and the collection of the public revenues intrusted. Such an arbitrary policy, ...
— Daniel Webster • Henry Cabot Lodge



Words linked to "Pundit" :   bookman, polymath, scholarly person, scholar, student, savant



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