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criticism the art of making skilled and detailed observations on literary, artistic, or scholarly works. [1/4 definitions]
erudite having or showing a high level of scholarly knowledge; learned.
erudition a high level of scholarly knowledge; learnedness.
fellow a member of a scholarly society. [1/7 definitions]
isagoge an introduction, as to a field of scholarly study or research.
learned well-educated; knowledgeable; scholarly. [1/3 definitions]
lettered educated; scholarly; learned. [1/2 definitions]
literati those who are accomplished in scholarly or literary fields; intelligentsia.
lucubrate to compose scholarly works. [1/2 definitions]
lucubration the result of such study, esp. a scholarly treatise. [1/3 definitions]
Ming the Chinese dynasty of 1368-1644 known for its scholarly and artistic achievements, esp. in textiles, painting, and porcelains.
monograph a scholarly publication by a single author on a specific subject.
musicology the scholarly study of music theory and history.
part a section of a scholarly or literary work. [1/18 definitions]
pedantic making or characterized by an excessive display of learnedness, or overly insistent on scholarly details and formalities.
pedantry the act or practice, or an instance, of flaunting one's learnedness or of being overly insistent on scholarly formalities or details.
phonemics (used with a sing. verb) the scholarly study of phonemes.
reference a footnote or other direction to information in a book or scholarly paper. [1/7 definitions]
researcher a person who engages in systematic scholarly investigation in order to gain knowledge or understanding or to solve a particular problem.
sciolism superficial knowledge or familiarity, used as a basis for scholarly pretensions.
textual criticism the scholarly study of a written text, as to determine authorship or the original or most authoritative version.