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erudite | erudition

erudite erudition
Meaning
displaying knowledge
  • How to Memorize
    • erudite - wise
  • Analysis

    ‘Erudite’ is a formal word used to describe somebody or something displaying a high degree of learning or knowledge. While most frequently used in relation to a highly knowledgeable person, it can also be used to express something, such as a book or style of writing, that is learned and cultured.

  • Exam DBSpoken DBOther
    Synonymslearned, scholarly, enlightened,
    Antonymsfatuoussuperficialignorant,
  • Example(s)
    1. It was a highly erudite book, which made it an informative and intellectually stimulating read.

    2. Our erudite editor at the newspaper is great at seeing how a story can be improved and is a fountain of knowledge.

    3. Michael was known for his erudition and teaching skills, which made him a favorite with the students at the school.



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