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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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It seems not worth while to execute with too much pains some one intellectual, or aesthetical, or civil feat, when presently the dream will scatter, and we shall burst into universal power.
Hence the immense benefit of party in politics, as it reveals faults of character in a chief, which the intellectual force of the persons, with ordinary opportunity and not hurled into aphelion by hatred, could not have seen.
It is terse and unadorned, dealing often with commonplace things in the manner of the Epistles and Satires of Horace, and it generally has more of the quality of intellectual prose than of real emotional poetry.
Abraham Cowley, a youthful prodigy and always conspicuous for intellectual power, was secretary to Queen Henrietta Maria after her flight to France and later was a royalist spy in England.
Exactly parallel is the whole rule of intellectual duty to the rule of moral duty.
I were a fool not to sacrifice a thousand Aeschyluses to my intellectual integrity.
It was evident, however, that the only intellectual exercise was that of imitation and memory.
Of beautiful sights, and sweet sounds, and pleasant odours, she has no conception; nevertheless, she seems as happy and playful as a bird or a lamb; and the employment of her intellectual faculties, or the acquirement of a new idea, gives her a vivid pleasure, which is plainly marked in her expressive features.
Inderscience Publishers (London) will begin the publication of "International Journal of Intellectual Property Management" (IJIPM) with an issue later this year.
Women, Creole Identity, and Intellectual Life in Early Twentieth-Century Puerto Rico.
But profound changes also are occurring in dental practices throughout the entire country as increasing numbers of youngsters (and the not so young) with intellectual and developmental disabilities have become dependent upon local community practitioners for needed oral health services.