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academician one who belongs to an organization, such as an academy, that promotes learning. [1/2 definitions]
academy an institution of learning, often private or specialized. [2 definitions]
acquirement the act of acquiring or attaining, esp. by learning. [1/2 definitions]
athenaeum an institution or society for the promotion of learning. [1/2 definitions]
bookish tending to rely on book learning more than on other experience. [1/3 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]
discipline an area of study or learning. [1/7 definitions]
drill1 a learning or training procedure consisting of frequent repetition of an action or item to be learned. [1/12 definitions]
dyslexia a learning disorder characterized by difficulty in recognizing and understanding written words.
educable capable of learning through education.
education the act or process of learning or educating. [2/4 definitions]
formal education learning administered through schools, colleges, universities, and other institutions.
ganglion any place where activity, industry, learning, or the like is concentrated; hub. [1/2 definitions]
illiterate showing substandard learning; poorly educated; ignorant. [1/5 definitions]
imprinting in animal and human behavior, a period of rapid learning early in life that established permanent connections with other beings or objects, and thus determines certain patterns of behavior.
initiate to provide with basic knowledge in a skill or field of learning. [1/4 definitions]
inquisitive given to questioning and inquiring; desirous of learning. [1/3 definitions]
intelligent possessing or marked by a higher than average capacity for learning, reasoning and understanding; intellectual; smart. [1/4 definitions]
intuition the power of knowing or apprehending something directly, without learning it consciously or submitting it to processes of logic. [1/3 definitions]
knowledge erudition; learning. [1/4 definitions]