academically

[ UK /ˌækədˈɛmɪkli/ ]
[ US /ˌækəˈdɛmɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in regard to academic matters
    academically, this is a good school
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How To Use academically In A Sentence

  • English-speaking students should find a bilingual / bicultural setting particularly enriching both academically and personally.
  • Although excelling in gymnastics, amateur dramatics and riding, academically she was unremarkable, leaving at the age of 16 in order to join a two-year secretarial course at the local college and work part time as a barmaid.
  • She thrived academically in high school, particularly in the sciences, and graduated as valedictorian.
  • Naturally, Gurley was disappointed but rather than brood over his ill luck he decided to refocus on qualifying himself academically.
  • Even the least academically gifted kids in Mountain View swear Mrs Davison could teach them anything.
  • academically, this is a good school
  • Domino's Pizza magnate Tom Monaghan is using a large slice of his fortune to build a Catholic university in southwest Florida, exciting conservative Catholics with his dream of an academically first-class institution that is also solidly orthodox. Sunday Reading
  • What used to be known academically as dysphemia is called stammering in Great Britain and stuttering in the United States. Knotted Tongues
  • Many religious schools perform well academically.
  • Yet he decided, at around 50, that to remain academically competitive he had to specialise.
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