unscholarly


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unscholarly

(ʌnˈskɒləlɪ)
adj
not befitting a scholar or learned person
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unscholarly - not scholarlyunscholarly - not scholarly        
nonintellectual - not intellectual
scholarly - characteristic of scholars or scholarship; "scholarly pursuits"; "a scholarly treatise"; "a scholarly attitude"

unscholarly

adjective
Lacking the requisite scholarship or instruction:
Translations

unscholarly

[ˈʌnˈskɒləlɪ] ADJ [person] → nada erudito; [work] → indigno de un erudito

unscholarly

adj work, approachunwissenschaftlich; personunakademisch; (= not learned)ungelehrt
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For a moment they swayed uncertainly, and then, with mingled and most unscholarly shrieks, they pitched headlong from the tree, locked in frenzied embrace.
"I suspected it was unscholarly. It's so beautiful."
That rules out "naive," "wooden," and "unscholarly," and such terms are no more accurate than literal, so these cannot be considered as progress.
The book's conversational tone is inviting, though at times heavy-handed and unscholarly. While assuming general familiarity with German and Jewish culture, Barkan writes for readers who are hungry for witty quips and gossipy anecdotes.
The fruit of this unscholarly and anti-democratic spirit was the Historikerstreit ("dispute among historians") of the 1980s, which destroyed the careers of Germany's best remaining historians--including Andreas Hillgruber, Ernst Nolte and Immanuel Geiss.
US high schools heartily welcome unscholarly pursuits because American culture demands it.
Any attempt, therefore, to use them interchangeably is heretical, blasphemous, mischievous, unholy and unscholarly. Such an attempt would be considered to be tainted with sinister motives and pecuniary measures.
It seemed so unscholarly, but I clicked the POST button on Facebook, broadcasting my hopes of finding individuals with disabilities who had attended school and needed special education support at school between 1975 and 2005 in the metro-Atlanta area for my oral history research.
Kierkegaard and Nietzsche, the two modern philosophers who have had the greatest impact on western culture, although they were learned, were quite unscholarly, often exhibiting incoherent prose styles, and were not understood at first by many well-educated readers.
But do concatenated thinking and unscholarly use of language really render value investing incompatible with the Austrian School?
as unscholarly" and will be eyed warily by self-proclaimed ecocritics as a result' (19; quoting O'Dair, 75).
It is a first level means of quantifying risks and dangerous elements of journals and publishers whose objectives are not purely academic, i.e., unscholarly entities that derive benefit from academia (authors and their institutes), offering little of benefit in return, i.e., demonstrating predatory behavior.