Synonyms of 'scholarship'
financial aid provided for a scholar because of academic meritShe was awarded the prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
academic achievementI want to take advantage of your lifetime of scholarship.
The library is the focal point of learning on the campus.
He was a well-travelled man of culture and breeding.
She didn't intend to display her knowledge, at least not yet.
wisdom, , ,
Her music is rooted in European harmonies but also infused with Eastern wisdom.
prophets and diviners, knowledgeable in the lore of the stars
a writer who displays an impressive level of erudition
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in the sense of award
something awarded, such as a prizethis year's annual pay award
in the sense of culture
a developed understanding of the artsHe was a well-travelled man of culture and breeding.
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