academic

[ ak-uh-dem-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF academic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACADEMIC

That is why an academic education nowadays often fails of its purpose.

I feel that what I say about religion is too cold and academic.

The academic product is, it must be remembered, a bundle of conventions.

Certainly it cannot be related to real business life by the academic student.

A successful teacher of an academy, raises the standard of academic instruction.

Erasmus's political diatribes were far too academic and too general for that.

It cannot be denied that the academic expression "Literature" is an ill-favoured word.

Paris took the lead in opposition to the new Evangel by its Academic decrees of 1521.

He was by no means plain, his academic prestige was very fair.

Hawthorne's academic connections are of particular interest.

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