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- adv. In a learned or scholarly manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With erudition; learnedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with erudition; in an erudite manner
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And this discussion, no matter how robust, is not ‘flaming’ - logically and eruditely exchanging differences of opinion is what sets us apart from 4chan or YouTube commenters.
Let's do the TV news channel thing and get him to fill airtime by eruditely describing the atmosphere, shall we?
But it is the love of the critics that gratifies Cooper the most, such as when the Daily Mail eruditely weighs in on one of his choicest works: "In one hilarious snap the moment he mocks a dog trapped behind the glass of someone's front porch is taken with almost human-like humor."
Speaking eruditely, with a pained, hangdog expression, Mr. Kumar described his descent from the pinnacle of the business world to become a self-admitted felon aiding Mr. Rajaratnam.
I tried to go back to my posting at that point and correct a mistake made inadvertently but it was too late to amend my error so there it is and, perhaps, there it should stay because my error is illustrative of what we are discussing - Rex most eruditely - regarding slang based on identifying any minority group whether racially, economically or politically motivated.
I really wanted to join that thread (having a dual interest in it being gay and a government contractor) but I was in turns depressed that we still have to have those same sorts of conversations and elated that Ion covered all the bases so eruditely ...
And so, with the help of $500 an hour consultants who eruditely harrumph their grandeur of divine guesses, they make cosmetic changes.
In his work, Changing Gods the Jesuit sociologist Rudolf Heredia very eruditely unpacks the rather prickly subject of religious conversion - no mean job.
– - George W. Bush, December 17, 2007, eruditely discussing his own single-payer coverage, courtesy of the US taxpayer.
The gaunt Norwegian, the owner of this humble dwelling, made such comical grimaces, and winked his little eyes so frequently and eruditely, in endeavouring to fathom their mirth, that I could not restrain myself, and took a conspicuous part in the joke.