Thesaurus / erudite


For now, though, the erudite-sounding interactive Digital Einstein chatbot still has enough of a lag to give the game away.AI-DRIVEN AUDIO CLONING STARTUP GIVES VOICE TO EINSTEIN CHATBOTNATASHA LOMASAPRIL 16, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Earnestly coined terms, by contrast can be too staid, too erudite, too intent on making the coiner look smart.FROM ‘SCIENTIST’ TO ‘SPAM,’ THE SURPRISINGLY PLAYFUL ORIGINS OF ENGLISH WORDSRALPH KEYESAPRIL 1, 2021TIME
Let’s not forget, as erudite and likable as he is, he was just a mayor.SULTRY, SEXY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONBROCK THOMPSONDECEMBER 24, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
The story is told in a lively, knowing style, without written-out musical examples but shot through with unfailingly erudite and impassioned discussion of the composer’s work.THE ASTOUNDING BRILLIANCE AND ABIDING JOY OF MOZARTTIM PAGEDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The reply, prepared in this way and finally adopted by the Assembly, was longer and more erudite than Mr. Hutchinson's address.THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTIONCARL BECKER
Still it is not to the erudite, nor to the imaginative only, that it is given to please in conversation.THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
"I do not wonder at your defence of your erudite suitor," said Josephine, laying a disagreeable stress upon the adjective.ALONEMARION HARLAND
There was something mathematical in his effort after dry correctness and erudite accuracy.THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
The stately and erudite work of Francis Parkman is a fair example.AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
The most erudite ancient poet, in a critical age of iron, does not archaise in our modern fashion.HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG


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