Learned synonyms and antonyms

lûr'nĭd

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Learned, scholarly, with emphasis on knowledge gained from books.
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Having great learning; said of people
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To find out with certainty
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To be the first to find out, see, or know about
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To learn by heart, commit to memory
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Alternative form of academic.
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Educated, especially having a degree (entitled to put an abbreviation such as BS, MA, PhD, MD after a signature).
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To make known; disclose; reveal
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Skilled; proficient
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To gain possession of:
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Of or relating to scholars or scholarship
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(Figuratively) To understand.
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To study.
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To consider, permit, or consent to something. Used only in the negative:
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To gain, as the object of desire or effort.
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(US) To provide a memorial for someone; to commemorate
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To collect or find out (facts, etc.) gradually or bit by bit
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To detect is defined as to uncover or sense something previously hidden.
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In physiology, to assimilate is for the body to absorb food.
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(--- Sports) To catch or get possession of (a pass or a kicked ball, for example).
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To study, peruse, or examine carefully.
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To engross or engage wholly; to occupy fully; as, absorbed in study or in the pursuit of wealth. [First attested in the late 18th century.]
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Having attained a level of higher education, such as a college degree.
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Appropriate to literature rather than everyday writing.
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Unaware or uninformed:
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To become very skilled in or knowledgeable about:
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To think over and arrange methodically in the mind; to reduce to a plan or method; to receive in the mind and consider carefully; to get an understanding of; to comprehend.
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Study is to spend time learning about or investigating a subject.
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To pass on knowledge.
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Having the quality of being derived from, or consistent with, the scientific method.
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To have sympathy or tolerance:
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(Archaic) To learn; to commit to memory; to memorize; sometimes with out.
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Having thorough knowledge of a subject
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Acquainted through study or experience; knowledgeable or skilled:
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(Sleep) Sound, heavy (describing a state of sleep from which one is not easily awoken).
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Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious:
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To uncover or find; to bring out from concealment; to bring to light; to disclose.
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Hence: To supervise; to watch over; sometimes, to observe secretly
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To fail to understand or have a shortcoming of perception.
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(Biol.) Grown in a specially prepared medium
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Of or relating to school; academic
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Having great learning; said of people
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Having great learning; said of people
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Pertaining to polymathy; acquainted with many branches of learning.
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Intended for or understood by only a small group, especially one with specialized knowledge or interests:
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Not scholarly.
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To attend to dangers to or regarding.
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Of, like, or for college students
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Having read much (in a particular subject)
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Given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books.
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Being finicky or fastidious, especially with language.
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Having great learning; said of people
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The definition of solid is something which is sturdy and substantial or an object that isn't hollow.
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Secure or stable:
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(Obs.) Grave or solemn
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Of or pertaining to philosophy.
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Sensibly composed or calm, as in a difficult situation; rational
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Low or deep in pitch
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Made with deep sincerity or invoking the force of religion:
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Temperate in any way; not extreme or extravagant
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The definition of judicious is having good judgment.
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Marked by steady attention and effort; assiduous:
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The definition of sapient is wise or knowing.
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Difficult to understand; abstruse:
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Understood by only a few; esoteric
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(Idiomatic) New, radical and extreme.
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Lacking the necessary ability, competence, strength, etc.
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Having less than an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature, or having little formal education.
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Of or pertaining to the surface.
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Lacking depth of character, intellect, or meaning; superficial
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Intellectually deep; entering far into subjects; reaching to the bottom of a matter, or of a branch of learning; thorough; as, a profound investigation or treatise; a profound scholar; profound wisdom.
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Possessing, displaying, or based on reliable information:
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Rational rather than emotional:
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Lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.
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Not having, showing, or making use of information; not informed:
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Having or showing profound knowledge and scholarship
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Implying shrewd understanding or possession of secret or inside information
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highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
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Having developed a conditioned response or behavior pattern
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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To find out exactly; calculate precisely; ascertain
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To commit and apply oneself to the study of:
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To understand
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Discern is defined as to recognize someone or something as different from someone or something else.
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The definition of imbibe is to take in with the senses or the mind, or to consume something, especially alcohol.
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To retain in the memory:
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