Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being intellectual; intellectuality.
“I never feel like you dismiss my non-intellectualness, so thank you.”
“ALL YOU NEED to enjoy this movie is some intellectualness, otherwise you are severely lost.”
“The fact is, while it is steeped in intellectualness on nearly every level, most people lack the desire, ability, time or motivation to view it as anything other than a primetime television show, the vast majority of which are produced with the sole purpose of providing the masses with dumbed down entertainment to serve as a respite from meaningless, yet frenzied, work days.”
“The movie is infused with an intellectualness and inclusiveness that would make our president proud.”
“So there is optimism because there is going to be a new administration, led by someone who, among other things, is an ex academic and therefore gives a sense of resassuring intellectuality intellectualness?”
“But Dean's intelligence was every bit as formal and shining and complete, without the tedious intellectualness.”
“We were all talking, and suddenly Emma and Georgia just went silent - literally - they fell asleep in about a minute (probably due to the intellectualness of mine and frans conversation about [insert random topic here]).”
“Is it impossible to combine the hardiness of these savages with the intellectualness of the civilized man?”
“Her heart was underneath her intellectualness, her mind was reverent, her spirit devout; a thinker without dryness; a scholar without pedantry.”
“Music from Harry Potter and Raiders of the Lost Ark is deployed to win over listeners who may not appreciate what William Wright calls "the intellectualness" of the organ repertoire "where the rhythm is concealed in the sheer number of melodic lines.”
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