academically

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adverb ac·a·dem·i·cal·ly \ ˌa-kə-ˈde-mi-k(ə-)lē \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of academically

:in an academic way :with regard to formal studies or academics
  • doing well academically
  • academically advanced students
  • And it has made them more appealing to colleges, which have grown more welcoming as they find that homeschoolers do fine academically.
  • —Linda Perlstein
  • … fans and coaches at academically elite institutions would say that, yes, they were handicapped by stricter admissions policies, but in the long run, brains win out over brawn.
  • —Mark Bechtel

First Known Use of academically

circa 1626


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