[ US /ˈækəˌdim/ ]
[ UK /ɐkˈædəmˌi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the academic world
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How To Use academe In A Sentence

  • Later, in academe, I found similar junk like ‘the root metaphors of the radical humanist paradigm’. Make the lie big, make it simple and keep saying it. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • E-mail revolutionized communication in academe
  • As those among them who are useful idiots leave their professorial chairs, due to age, maybe, just maybe, we will all get a little intellectual fresh air in academe, and thus in public life. Coexist, or, Religious Liberty Considered by a Non-Lawyer
  • Cannadine is countering the currently favored view in academe, which is promulgated by a flatulent and often incoherent body of historical and literary scholarship known as colonial discourse theory. A Bit of Bunting
  • As a result, their decisions can sometimes disregard the values of academe.
  • The leadership academe is the only aiguillette allowed on the right shoulder.
  • Translated from the academese, this means that animals are a great deal more sophisticated and sentient than we thought. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not finding that possible in the established routine of a firm practice, he retreated to academe.
  • Clever but accessible, Wallace eschews what he calls "academese," and even when using words like "belletristic" or "ethicopolitical" he sounds neither confusing nor pretentious. Independent Collegian RSS
  • Alice especially despised those sorts of affected fools found in disproportionately large numbers in academe: bloviators, bad photographers, bad writers, poseurs.
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