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Synonyms for intellectual

Synonyms for intellectual

relating to or performed by the mind

appealing to or engaging the intellect

having or showing intelligence, often of a high order

a person of great mental ability

Synonyms for intellectual

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Along the way, the author introduces us to Bronzino literatus, whose jocose vein drives her most engaging analysis.
But because In the Pond is set in the village, its hero is not an urban intellectual but a commune factory worker, Shao Bin, a would-be provincial literatus who is a little too educated for his own good.
In the end, despite a veneer of theoretical lingo, the book basically reinforces views of Toomer that have held sway since Waldo Frank's and Horace Liveright's disappointment with him as he evaded their "racial" expectations and abandoned a career as a literatus.
literati Latin, plural of literatus a person of culture, from literatus (adjective) versed in literature, cultured
Also within sight of the pacesetters are IM Jan Emmanuel Garcia, NM Levi Mercado, NM Hamed Nouri, Fide Masters Mari Joseph Turqueza and Austin Jacob Literatus and untitled Sherwin Tiu.