Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being scholarly.

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Examples

  • I personally don't reckon much to the 'scholarliness' of the blogosphere- having done a PhD that took agonising amounts of work and quite often what I see on blogs is someone spouting off their opinion on the issue of the day.

    [ethical blogging] increasingly in demand these days

  • With a readability that does not undermine its scholarliness, The Hindus marshalls significant historical and textual detail to establish the undeniable multiplicity not only of Hindu beliefs, but also of religious texts.

    The Hindus: An Alternative History by Wendy Doniger – review

  • It's about taking shelter from yourself, to recover from yourself, to forget yourself in some form of creative activity involving reverence for art and scholarliness and even frivolity.

    Mercury Unbound - 3

  • While Jews were busy breeding for intelligence and scholarliness, Christians spent a millennium doing the exact opposite, shipping off the smartest Christian boys to seminaries where they would become celibate monks and priests.

    Those Genius Jews | Jewschool

  • I leave you to unravel the debate and to make up your own minds about the scholarliness and veracity (or otherwise) of Kersten's claims, but will slip in this link to a dissenting voice.

    Jesus Lived in India!

  • I leave you to unravel the debate and to make up your own minds about the scholarliness and veracity (or otherwise) of Kersten's claims, but will slip in this link to a dissenting voice.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • You scored 24 privilegedbirth, 60 scholarliness, 17 ruthlessness, and 41 outspokenness!

    A little Roman fun...

  • You scored 16 privilegedbirth, 14 scholarliness, 45 ruthlessness, and 36 outspokenness!

    A little Roman fun...

  • You scored 24 privilegedbirth, 60 scholarliness, 17 ruthlessness, and 41 outspokenness!

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • I'll add that I scored "0%" on scholarliness, apparently because I haven't read many books in the last few months and can't quote Kant

    A little Roman fun...

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