Test Your Vocabulary, words from Greek and Latin Quiz.Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary.From late 19th century 2 So scholarly as to be unaware of the outside world ; lacking in worldliness.

Jump to navigation, jump to search, see also: acadèmic.Pope Francis Denounces the Vatican Elites 'Spiritual Alzheimers' Barbie Latza NadeauDecember 23, 2014 daily beast Academic freedom has been a hot debate within education circles.( archaic ) A student in a college.

I'm more academic than athletic I get lower marks in phys.Synonyms of academic, words Related to academic bookish, donnish, geeky, nerdish, nerdy, pedagogical (also pedagogic pedantic, professorial, tweedy curricular educative, instructive collegiate, graduate, postgraduate, near Antonyms of academic, antonyms of academic 2 very learned or educated but inexperienced in practical matters academic thinkers who have.Hamilton Gibbs He received an academic education, studied law, and was admitted to the Lexington bar in 1797.