[ UK /skˈɒlɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskɑɫɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone (especially a child) who learns (as from a teacher) or takes up knowledge or beliefs
  2. a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
  3. a student who holds a scholarship
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How To Use scholar In A Sentence

  • There was once a fairy who created the fields and forests expressly for those in love, — in that eternal hedge-school of lovers, which is forever beginning anew, and which will last as long as there are hedges and scholars. Les Miserables
  • By May of 1999, the foundation offered two scholarship programs and intensive SAT tutoring for high school juniors and seniors.
  • For centuries, scholars have squabbled over the design of the ship, which was crucial to defeating the Persians in the Battle of Salamis in 480 B.C., part of a wider war that included the fight at Thermopylae dramatized in the film "300. Epic Struggle: Fans Fight to Revive an Oar-Powered Greek Warship
  • We are extremely delighted to hear of your scholarship to Beijing University.You are worthy of success.Best wishes for your bright future.
  • This was the case that upheld a Washington law that gave academic scholarships to qualified students, but forbid them from using them to study theology.
  • Through their work, the fruits of biblical scholarship were disseminated to an ever-widening audience.
  • Unless a member of the Vanguard or the Scarlet Scholars (both groups paying attention to what most consider obscure and nigh-useless knowledge), even most paranormal agents active today have only heard of the Bleak Baron Frederick or his granduncle Wolfgang and their works on fighting monsters. The Codex Continual » The Von Baurs
  • In addition to the scholarly work of the study, he wrote Horace's Compromise to address its findings to a broader audience.
  • He was one of the world's foremost scholars of ancient Indian culture.
  • Though he has been on scholarship for the past two seasons, Mr. Merriewether, who wasn't recruited, says he's offended by the term walk-on and has done everything he can to welcome the nonscholarship players into the team's rituals. Who Invited All the Walk-Ons?
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