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- adv. in a scholastic manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a scholastic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a scholastic manner; according to the method of the metaphysical schools of the middle ages.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to scholastic activities
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William also excelled scholastically, something neither his maternal grandfather nor his uncle Earl Spencer had ever done at Eton.
“Friday Night Lights” has some scholastically significant moments, a bit tarnished by the panting of women in my household when beefy heartthrob Taylor Kitsch sheds his football jersey.
The Bible's few words about hell are open to all kinds of intellectually, scholastically supportable interpretations.
We Christians who believe that God created gay people as much in His own image as he did straight people are begging you to reconsider your theology -- to do nothing more than be open to an alternative, fully credible, scholastically sound interpretation of one or two lines from Paul.
Its mission statement explains the school is a "diverse community of enthusiastic, scholastically motivated girls . . . taught by a devoted and passionate faculty."
As a child she struggled in school, and her teen years were really tough, both emotionally and scholastically.
Barton a super-woman -- or at least they were personalities so designated by the cub book-reviewers, flat-floor men and women, and scholastically emasculated critics, who from across the dreary levels of their living can descry no glorious humans over-topping their horizons.
In fact, the only difference is that Penn State promoted itself as different -- scholastically, morally and ethically above the rest.
Of course, kids also need to achieve scholastically.
For, be it known in advance, Lee Barton was a super-man and Ida Barton a super-woman -- or at least the were personalities so designated by the cub book reviewers, flat-floor men and women, and scholastically emasculated critics, who, from across the dreary levels of their living, can descry no glorious humans overtopping their horizons.