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scholarly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscholarlyschol‧ar‧ly /ˈskɒləli $ ˈskɑːlərli/ adjective  1 INTELLIGENTrelating to serious study of a particular subject a scholarly journal2 INTELLIGENTsomeone who is scholarly spends a lot of time studying, and knows a lot about a particular subject
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scholarlyFullington discovered 11 new species of land snails and wrote more than 90 scholarly articles and books.The essays are scholarly but intelligible, and usually avoid the trendiest excesses of film theory.A great scholarly compendium of folklore and legends.A similar scholarly consensus exists over the Nationalists' vastly greater success in dealing with internal factionalism.Even now most scholarly journals pay nothing and you are lucky to get a fee if you talk at a conference.But to me, Stark was the scholarly one.However, from time to time the curator's instinct for identification comes up against scholarly puzzles.The shy, scholarly Republican has roots both on the farm and in the inner city.The organization is dedicated to scholarly research on life in the next millennium.scholarly research
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