academician[ ak-uh-duh-mish-uh n, uh-kad-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF academician
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACADEMICIAN
There was only one Academician who could be found to give a vote for Harlow.
They unanimously elected me an Academician, and I have received the diploma.
In 1791 he was elected an Associate, and in 1794 an Academician.
A man is born an Academician as he is born a bishop or a cook.
Then he would have declared himself not to be an Academician, but a Republican.
And not only did he court Brtigny, but every Academician who came in.
You will not be an Academician, but you will always be my dear little lover.
There was an academician who looked like a jockey, and a judge who looked like a trainer.
Julien was shocked by the joy which shone in the academician's eyes.
"I must not let my academician get snapped up," said Julien to himself.