Thesaurus / erudition

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Erudition was worthily represented there, and there was every probability of justice.

When one is hungering for erudition, to be offered compliments!

The men appreciated that, although they were proud of his erudition and books.

The Black OpalKatharine Susannah Prichard

He then makes vague and fearful insinuations about my grammar and my erudition.

MiscellaniesOscar Wilde

Thus, the priesthood were respected both for their office and for their erudition.

It is always easy to admire Dr. Dexter's erudition, but not so easy to assent to his conclusions.

The Beginners of a NationEdward Eggleston.

Gemisthus Pletho was one distinguished by his genius, his erudition, and his fervent passion for platonism.

More acute reasoners it would be difficult to find in any country; and in the line of erudition they have never been surpassed.

Meric Casaubon was the learned son of a more learned father, but his erudition much exceeded his judgment.

Despite his erudition, and even what may be called his Ronsardising, he does not aim at the new severity and classicism.

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