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schol·ar·ly

 (skŏl′ər-lē)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of scholarship: scholarly pursuits; a scholarly edition with footnotes. See Synonyms at learned.
2. Having or showing a strong interest in scholarship or learning.

schol′ar·li·ness n.

schol•ar•ly

(ˈskɒl ər li)

adj.
1. of, like, or befitting a scholar.
2. having the qualities of a scholar.
3. concerned with academics.
adv.
4. like a scholar.
[1590–1600]
schol′ar•li•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.scholarly - characteristic of scholars or scholarship; "scholarly pursuits"; "a scholarly treatise"; "a scholarly attitude"
critical - characterized by careful evaluation and judgment; "a critical reading"; "a critical dissertation"; "a critical analysis of Melville's writings"
intellectual - appealing to or using the intellect; "satire is an intellectual weapon"; "intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"; "has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"; "coldly intellectual"; "sort of the intellectual type"; "intellectual literature"
profound - showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth; "the differences are profound"; "a profound insight"; "a profound book"; "a profound mind"; "profound contempt"; "profound regret"
unscholarly - not scholarly

scholarly

scholarly

adjective
1. Having or showing profound knowledge and scholarship:
2. Devoted to study or reading:
Translations
učenývědecký
lærdvidenskabelig
fræîilegur

scholarly

[ˈskɒləlɪ] ADJ (= studious) → erudito, estudioso; (= pedantic) → pedante

scholarly

[ˈskɒlərli] adj
[person] → érudit(e)
[book, article, journal] → savant(e)
[research, study, debate] → savant(e)

scholarly

adjwissenschaftlich; (= learned)gelehrt; interestshochgeistig; he’s not at all scholarlyer hat keinen Hang zum Hochgeistigen; (in his approach) → er geht überhaupt nicht wissenschaftlich vor; his way of life was very scholarlyer führte das Leben eines Gelehrten

scholarly

[ˈskɒləlɪ] adjdotto/a, erudito/a

scholar

(ˈskolə) noun
1. a person of great knowledge and learning. a fine classical scholar.
2. a person who has been awarded a scholarship. As a scholar, you will not have to pay college fees.
ˈscholarly adjective
having or showing knowledge. a scholarly person; a scholarly book.
ˈscholarliness noun
ˈscholarship noun
1. knowledge and learning. a man of great scholarship.
2. money awarded to a good student to enable him to go on with further studies. She was awarded a travel scholarship.
References in classic literature ?
A profound and scholarly Englishman--a specialist--who had made the great Heidelberg Tun his sole study for fifteen years, told me he had at last satisfied himself that the ancients built it to make German cream in.
In the editing of this reissue of 'Melville's Works,' I have been much indebted to the scholarly aid of Dr.
But the truth could still be traced out, by any scholarly man determined to trace it.
Some of these authorities (of course the wisest) hold with indignation that the deceased had no business to die in the alleged manner; and being reminded by other authorities of a certain inquiry into the evidence for such deaths reprinted in the sixth volume of the Philosophical Transactions; and also of a book not quite unknown on English medical jurisprudence; and likewise of the Italian case of the Countess Cornelia Baudi as set forth in detail by one Bianchini, prebendary of Verona, who wrote a scholarly work or so and was occasionally heard of in his time as having gleams of reason in him; and also of the testimony of Messrs.
these weeks, and the few words scribbled in a wild caricature of his scholarly and dainty hand
He had been too preoccupied with his own scholarly thoughts in the past to consider the little occurrences, the chance words, which would have indicated to a more practical man that these young people were being drawn more and more closely to one another.
He is a scholarly clergyman, and creditable to the cloth.
Naturally, I never got any scholarly use of the languages I was worrying at, and though I could once write a passable literary German, it has all gone from me now, except for the purposes of reading.
She could not help but measure the professors, neat, scholarly, in fitting clothes, speaking in well-modulated voices, breathing of culture and refinement, with this almost indescribable young fellow whom somehow she loved, whose clothes never would fit him, whose heavy muscles told of damning toil, who grew excited when he talked, substituting abuse for calm statement and passionate utterance for cool self-possession.
It is sober, scholarly, and scientific, and, it must also be added, conservative.
I remembered Dampier as a handsome, strong young fellow of scholarly tastes, with an aversion to work and a marked indifference to many of the things that the world cares for, including wealth, of which, however, he had inherited enough to put him beyond the reach of want.
They had it, too, in fine scholarly language, and this was a great service to our literature.