- erudition (n.)
- c. 1400, "instruction, education," from Latin eruditionem (nominative eruditio) "an instructing, instruction, learning," noun of action from past participle stem of erudire "to educate, instruct, polish" (see erudite). Meaning "learning, scholarship" is from 1520s.
- 1. His erudition was apparently endless.
- 2. They fancied themselves learned and assumed airs of erudition.
- 3. The profound erudition of the writer came from long years of study.
- 4. The professor's erudition came from long years of study.
- 5. The range of his erudition is wide.
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