Examples of scholar in a Sentence
She's a renowned scholar of African-American history.
scholars have long debated whether there is ever such a thing as a truly selfless act
Recent Examples of scholar from the Web
In the 1980s Mr Wang was a visiting scholar at the universities of Berkeley, Michigan and Iowa.
He's been a scholar, humanitarian, military officer, charity executive, author and public speaker.
As a child, Speed Racer is not much of a scholar, preferring instead to hang around with his idol, older brother Rex.
Bodai is a scholar at heart — that uncle at Thanksgiving who pretty much has a commentary on every subject that comes up Q: Why is your female lead, Hava, essential to the plot?
As a Harriet Tubman scholar, I am well versed in Tubman’s biography and the history and myths of American slavery.
Maya Wiley, the other day, at a book even with me, who is a phenomenal race and justice scholar, said that compassion isn’t the same thing as affirmation.
Connors was the editor-in-chief of Disney Interactive’s Women & Family platform and is a social theory scholar whose work focused on girls and women.
Hine was a postdoctoral history scholar at Kent State on May 4, 1970.
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Origin and Etymology of scholar
ace, adept, artist, authority, cognoscente, connoisseur, crackerjack (also crackajack), expert, fiend, geek, guru, hand, hotshot, maestro, master, maven (also mavin), past master, shark, virtuoso, whiz, wizard;
SCHOLAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scholar for English Language Learners
: a person who has studied a subject for a long time and knows a lot about it : an intelligent and well-educated person who knows a particular subject very well
: someone who has been given a scholarship
SCHOLAR Defined for Kids
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