How To Pronounce erudite

erudite

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  • eru-dite
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  • (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈɛr.(j)ʊ.daɪt/
  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈɛr.(j)u.daɪt/, IPA(key): /ˈɛr.(j)ə.daɪt/
ˈeruːdaɪt
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1 Meaning, 4 Sentences and 2 Another words found for erudite.

1.Knowledgeable
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 1.The Vie De Jeanne D'arc, By Anatole France (2 Vols., 1908), Is Brilliant And erudite, But In Some Respects Open To Charges Of Inaccuracy And Prejudice In Its Handling Of The Sources (see The Criticism By Andrew Lang In The Times, Lit.
 2.Mr Lee's Memoir In The Dictionary Of National Biography Is Extremely erudite, And Two Valuable Articles, Contributed By Sir Edward Brabrook To The Antiquary For June And July 1906, Might Be Consulted.
 3.It Was, However, Two Less erudite Little Books That Brought Him A European Literary Reputation And The Culmination Of His Ecclesiastical Troubles.
 4.For The Jinkoshoto-ki, By Its Strong Advocacy Of The Mikados Administrative Rights As Against The Ustirpations Of Military Feudalism, May Be Said To Have Sowed The Seeds Of Japan~s Modern Polity; And The Taihei-ki, By Its erudite Diction, Skilful Rhetoric, Simplification Of Old Grammatical Construct
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 1.{Adjective}  learned
 2.{Adjective}  scholarly
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