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Of what use was her book-learned wisdom in the face of this, it vanished into thin air.

But my mother was book-learned, sir, and town-bred, and had her fancies.

"That's him, the master-journeyman, who is so good and so book-learned," they would say.

Neither with books, nor with book-learned men was he conversant.

She is book-learned, and I am not; and she paints, and is a musician too and has all the accomplishments.

The book-learned student will rather trust to what he sees in a book than to the witness of his own eyes.

It is probably a scarce book; but possibly some of your book-learned correspondents may help me to the author's name.

But then it will require the experience to give your book-learned wisdom its full force.

Book-learned and a scribbler, and looking at people as I saw them as visiters or visiting, I thought I knew a great deal of it.

But the sweaters and spouters between 'em spoil that in this book-learned age.

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