- 美 [ˈerəˌdaɪt]
- 1.someone who is erudite has a lot of knowledge because they have read or studied a lot
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You may read scores of erudite tomes on psychology without coming across a statement more significant for you and for me.
Even the most erudite native speaker does not know the meaning of every word.
The Tea Party would have found a kindred spirit in Hayek -- and indeed , its more erudite members refer to him often .
All this Mr Starr relates in an erudite but lively style that happily stops this long book from becoming indigestible.
New England authors, though often erudite men, were not always acquainted with the work of English contemporaries.
It took a practiced eye to spot the difference. He was very erudite. His eyes had a wild look in hunger for truth.
Erudite scholars come in good spirit to talk with me, Among my guests there is no unlearned common man.
I suggest to young professors that their first work should be written in a jargon only to be understood by the erudite few.
She had made her name with a collection of bracingly erudite essays, "Against Interpretation" , published a decade earlier when she was 33.
He was an erudite wit at the dinner table and, as the reader now sees, in his letters.
The motor of this book is in Ms Batuman's erudite enthusiasm for big, chunky, gloomy and occasionally illogical fiction.
He was erudite and good at schemes and art of war. He used to command such famous battles in history as the "Battle of Chibi" .
Niall Ferguson's latest book is an erudite and noble effort, with a complex double agenda.
But I was very fortunate in that I had one of the most erudite of all the animal behavior people, Robert Hinde, there.
Dr. Kenneth Morgan in an erudite article details the steady decline in royal interference on the political scene.
Charlie's vocabulary is a little bit less formal and erudite than Bella's. He's a more plain-spoken person.
Such is what these "Christian" motifs and holidays represent, as has obviously been known by the more erudite of the Catholic clergy.
Possessing or demonstrating profound, often systematic knowledge; erudite.
So , in true web fashion they put together a poll where they had a bunch of very erudite, very thoughtful, cultured names .
The professor was Hisham Sharabi, a brilliant, erudite Lebanese who was passionately committed to the Palestinian cause.