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In our view, serious books were not just for the literati, but for anyone with a hunger for brilliant writing.

Others have joined the literati, including one budding novelist, Nicolle Wallace.

Long before she met Pinter, Fraser was a glittering member of the London literati.

He had an extensive acquaintance with literati and politicians, which he sedulously cultivated.

He had a handsome office, and the literati, local and visiting, used to gather there.

These questions I heard proposed in a company of literati, when I inquired concerning this design of Warton.

He sought the acquaintance of the brilliant and the learned, presiding over a côterie of painters, sculptors, and literati.

Thomas--Kempis was but the forerunner of a race of distinguished literati.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to literati, such as: department, institute, personnel, staff, university, and academics.

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