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studious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstudiousstu‧di‧ous /ˈstjuːdiəs $ ˈstuː-/ adjective  WORK HARDspending a lot of time studying and reading a quiet, studious young manstudiously adverbstudiousness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
studiousAngus's round glasses made him look studious.The gold-rimmed spectacles gave her a studious air.In the circumstances I should have been the good daughter, studious and uninterested in boyfriends.Warren's studious attention to detail has made him successful.When I was in the tenth grade, a very quiet and studious boy invited me to a dance.Salomon was a studious boy, with no friends, who kept himself to himself.a quiet, studious girlShe was studious, read much, and liked to talk about the cosmos.There was a more studious side to our visit, too.Francis didn't bother with clothes or make-up. She was an extremely serious and studious young girl.
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