A Word A Day : Erudite

Word of 22nd April 2007: A Word A Day-Erudite



Erudite (ER yoo DITE) adj: scholarly, deeply learned

The professor said things so erudite that none of us had the slightest idea of what he was saying.

The erudite biologist was viewed by many of his colleagues as a likely winner of the Nobel Prize.

To be erudite is to possess erudition or extensive knowledge.

Mr. Jones's vast library was an indication of his erudition.

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