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intellectual
Definition:
Endowed with intellect; having the power of understanding; having capacity for the higher forms of knowledge or thought; characterized by intelligence or mental capacity; as, an intellectual person.

Synonyms:

adjective
academic
collegiate, scholarly, Book-learned.
all
intellectual, noetic, rational.
cultural
Civilizing.
deep
sound.
intellectual
egghead, rational, understanding, reasoning, intelligent, cerebral, brainy, psychological, thinking.
intelligent
knowing, canny, perspicacious, capable, brainy, gifted, knowledgeable, profound, sharp, genius, encyclopedic, smart, sophisticated, astute, erudite, sagacious, clever, cogent, worldly, wise, Comprehending, intelligent, bright, brilliant.
inward
inmost.
knowing
educated, experienced, intelligent, informed, shrewd, omniscient, versed, canny, knowing, streetwise, competent, wise, learned, cognizant, encylopedic, erudite.
learned
polymath, in the know, well-educated, pansophic, professorial, well-rounded, philosophic.
metaphysical
jesuitic, nonmaterial, Supermundane, Supramundane, Unfleshly, Discarnate, oversubtle, non-physical, nonphysical, supranatural, unphysical, non-material, superhuman, suprahuman.
private
inward.
ruminative
ruminative, in brown study, in a brown study.
sagacious
authoritative, sagacious, brilliant, expert, scholarly, master, adept, genius, philosophic, wise, intelligent.
sound
well-founded, right-thinking, got it together.
studious
hard-working.
theoretic
hypothetic.
very smart
cerebral, scholarly, highbrowed, brainy, inventive, phrenic, bookish, learned, mental, Intellective, rational, subjective, creative, thoughtful, intelligent, highbrow, psychological, studious.
well-informed
learned.
noun
booklover
bookworm.
intellect
thinker, Intellectuality, what it takes.
intellectual
reflective, cerebral, intellect, rational, serious, highbrowed, sophisticated, good, highbrow, noetic.
intelligence
mind.
learned person
Bookman, bookwoman, man or woman of learning, erudite person, man or woman of letters, Bookmen.
mental
bookish, studious, study at intelligent.
person
intellectual, intellect.
pundit
solon, learned ones, cereb, learned one, philosopher.
sage
consultant, thinker, authority, savant, mandarin, wise person, sage, guru.
scholar
doctor, genius, professor, master, student, academic, scholar, expert, philosopher.
very smart person
avant-garde, philosopher, thinker, doctor, egghead, genius, sage, scholar, intelligentsia, einstein, whiz, pundit, academician, braintruster, academic, brain, wizard.
Examples of usage:
  1. Through all intellectual difference, has not the natural language of their fathers been also their language? – The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphrey Ward
  2. If there's any affair of yours, either practical, or an intellectual difficulty, which you want to have carefully thought out, now is your time. – The Simpkins Plot by George A. Birmingham
  3. How careful we should be of our actions in all departments of our being, physical, moral, intellectual! – Sowing and Reaping by Dwight Moody
  4. He must see with his intellectual eyes, to be saved. – Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman by Giberne Sieveking
  5. But it isn't of the mere material comfort I speak; it is of the moral comfort, said Morris- of the intellectual satisfaction! – Washington Square by Henry James

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