Day-89 (Erudite)

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Word:
                Erudite

Status:
               Adjective

Meaning:
               Having or showing knowledge that is learned by studying.

Sentences:
1) The most erudite people in the medical profession attended the conference.
2) An erudite lecture on the latest discoveries of astronomy was given in the hall.

Origin:
               Middle English erudite, from eruditis which means 'to instruct'.

First use:
                15th century

Synonyms:
                educated, knowledgeable, learned, lettered, scholarly, well-read

Antonyms:
                 benighted, dark, ignorant.

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