Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an academical manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an academical manner; as an academic.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in regard to academic matters

Etymologies

academical +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Because of the custodial job that schools need to fill for many families to the job of socialization, there are a lot of reasons to suggest that students will still go to facilities of some sort for their education -- even if the platform for much of what they will do academically is online.

    Michael Horn: The Socialization Question

  • The Dean will lead the effort to reach out to the legal community nationally to enhance the School's visibility as a leading source of students of diverse backgrounds and bilingual capabilities, as a venue for collaboration and continuing legal education, and as an intellectual partner in academically and legally significant contemporary issues.

    Discourse.net: Admit It, After Reading This You Want to be Our Dean

  • Finding schools that fit your needs and where you'll fit in academically and personally, articulating why you're a good match to the admissions office and letting them know you're serious will make the whole thing more predictable.

    Cracking the code of college admissions

  • Pardon this personal reference, because I have great reluctance to lend further currency to that dreadful deterioration of the finest kind of word whereby the term "academic" has become a word of discredit, and the man who talks academically is supposed to talk about what he does not know -- (laughter) for the academic circle is the place where you learn and where you are supposed to know; but such is the trick of language.

    Public Opportunity and Obligations of Business Men

  • But there wasn't resounding support for the proposed plan - creating accelerated classes comprised of students identified as academically gifted at schools with large populations of those students.

    News & Record Article Feed

  • Currently, students are identified as academically gifted through a test given in the third grade, as well as through teacher observations and parent input.

    News & Record Article Feed

  • Any translation is a "version" [with translations into the mother tongue going by that name academically] and should read as if it has not been translated.

    Sicily Scene

  • • Research across many cities is conclusive that mobility sets students back academically, which is why responsible school districts try to limit mobility.

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  • It's not because too many poets write "academically" or got their MFAs.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I have one very close friend that was never "academically" successful, but has personal skills like no one I have ever seen.

    3 Things I believe about Every Student

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