[ ak-uh-dee-mee-uh, -deem-yuh, -dem-ee-uh, -dem-yuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF academia

Synonyms for academia

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Between you both, there will be quite an Academia at Kilronan.

First to be noted is the "Academia," planned by Cardinal Wiseman.

If the Academia fails you there is still the Kiosk in the Maximilianplatz.

A wall built round the Academia by Hipparchus was so expensive that it became a proverb applied to all costly undertakings.

In the Academia itself the Bonifazio and Tintoretto rooms are crowded with imitations.

Missing your chance at the Hof-theatre, you can rush off to the old Academia to take the same chances.

He added, "there was no Law against laughing in his Academia, for that his Girls knew how to be merry and wise."

He was a considerable contributor to the edition of the Dictionary of the Academia della Crusca, printed in 1691.

Our finest minds in government, industry, and academia have all pulled together.

From this rich and interesting temple we passed to the Academia delle belle Arti.