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Scholarly person   /skˈɑlərli pˈərsən/   Listen
Scholarly person

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






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



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