intellectuality[ in-tl-ek-choo-al-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF intellectuality
Synonyms for intellectuality
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Antonyms for intellectuality
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He noted, for the first time, the keen alertness and intellectuality of the other's face.
Our men are too worldly and sensual in their intellectuality.
Her countenance was alike expressive of intellectuality and strong passions.
He has neither the gravity of the first, nor yet the intellectuality of the second.
The poet has transferred to them too much of his own intellectuality.
If the Hebrews are a race certainly one of their traits is intellectuality.
He had a small foot and hand, and many marks of intellectuality.
This, of course, implies that it is impenetrable to the intellectuality or to vitality.
But his intellectuality and anti-sentimentality are distinguished and serene.
Her most prominent characteristic was, I think, intellectuality.
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