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background the sum of a person's experience, education, and origins, esp. as they relate to his present character or situation. [1/5 definitions]
blue-ribbon jury a jury specially selected for high intelligence, education, or other elite qualities.
book learning formal instruction or education; schooling. [1/2 definitions]
Coll. abbreviation of "College," a school or institution of higher learning, usu. providing education in general studies or liberal arts (used in a proper name).
college a school or institution of higher learning beyond the level of high school, usu. providing education in general studies or liberal arts. [1/3 definitions]
color barrier unspoken social code of racial segregation or discrimination, esp. in sports, education, public service, and the like.
common sense practical judgment based on experience or native intelligence, and not on education or training.
cultivate to refine and improve, as through education. [1/5 definitions]
cultured refined in manners or education; sophisticated. [1/4 definitions]
ed. abbreviation of "education." [1/2 definitions]
Ed.D. abbreviation of "Doctor of Education."
educable capable of learning through education.
educated having an education. [1/3 definitions]
educational of or relating to education. [1/2 definitions]
educationist a person specializing in the methods and theories of teaching or education, often one considered to be out of touch with the actual practice of teaching.
elementary pertaining to primary education. [1/3 definitions]
elementary school a school in which the first six to eight years of a child's education is taught.
genteel displaying traits such as refinement and politeness that are traditionally associated with wealth and education. [1/2 definitions]
godchild a child whom a godparent promises at baptism to assume partial responsibility for, esp. in overseeing his or her religious education.
godparent an adult who promises at baptism to assume partial responsibility for a child, esp. to oversee his or her religious education.
gracious polite or indulgent to those of lower rank, education, or position. [1/5 definitions]