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- n. The state or quality of being studious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being studious; diligence in study; addictedness to books or investigation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. diligent study
Therefore studiousness, which is derived from "study," is not properly about knowledge.
Consequently, in so far as the knowledge of prudence pertains to all the virtues, the term "studiousness," which properly regards knowledge, is applied to all the virtues.
Teacher attributed school acceleration to "studiousness" and
In European Jewish society (pre-war), ideal male qualities were studiousness and female qualities an ability to hussle in the market place in order to support him.
This, we suspect, spread the pain for first years and interfered with second semester studiousness.
Warner has a dynamite set of teeth and his smile is what you notice first, but then you're drawn in by his studiousness -- the way he cares about the steps and about using them to express something about him, and her, and the moment.
Emanuel's greatest obstacle in winning won't come down to finances or studiousness, but rather his lack of a large, natural, concrete base necessary to win an entirely urban election.
He had a shock of dark hair, grey eyes, and a look of studiousness emphasised by a pair of black-framed spectacles, which made him look, as a young teenager, like the film version of Harry Potter.
A former NBA point guard known for his studiousness off the court, Mr. Bing still spends much of his public talks trying to reassure Detroiters trying to come to terms with a much smaller city.
It's all great imagery for his campaign against Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D), not especially known for his studiousness.
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