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intellectualist

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of intellectualist

  1. much given to learning and thinking a small cadre of intellectualist reformers who had no idea of the concerns of the common folk Synonyms of intellectualist blue, cerebral, eggheaded, geeky, highbrow, highbrowed, intellectual, intellectualistic, long-haired (or longhair), nerdish, nerdyWords Related to intellectualist cultivated, cultured; middlebrow; erudite, learned, literate, polyhistoric, polymath (or polymathic), scholarly, well-read; academic (also academical), bookish, professorial; didactic, high-toned, hyperintellectual, pedantic; high-hat, snobbish, snobby, snooty; educated, schooled; brainy, bright, brilliant, clever, intelligent, quick-witted, smartNear Antonyms of intellectualist uncultivated, uncultured; ignorant, illiterate, uneducated, unlettered, unread; dumb, foolish, idiotic (also idiotical), moronic, slow, stupid, unintelligent; benighted, unenlightenedAntonyms of intellectualist anti-intellectual, lowbrow, nonintellectual, philistine


intellectualist

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of intellectualist

  1. a person with strong intellectual interests being an intellectualist, he has little in common with the status-seeking philistines who live next door Synonyms of intellectualist double-dome, egghead, geek, highbrow, intellectual, longhair, nerdWords Related to intellectualist blue, bluestocking; Brahmin, mandarin, sage; intellectualizer, pseud [British]; brain, genius, intellect, thinker, whiz, wizardNear Antonyms of intellectualist blockhead, dolt, dope, dumbbell, dummy, dunce, fathead, half-wit, imbecile, moron, nitwit, pinhead, simpletonAntonyms of intellectualist anti-intellectual, lowbrow, philistine


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