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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Very learned. Showing a lot of knowledge based on careful study.

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  • BTW, to prove that DLR/Diz Grace are both morons, erudite is an adjective, not a verb.
  • In comparison with her, a woman, I might have been called erudite and well-informed.
  • As a teacher, while he could not be called erudite, he was uncommonly interesting and inspiring.
  • And Jacobi is, well, Jacobi, which is to say erudite, charming, and perfectly at ease in both of his roles. for more
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