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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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As if inviting the visual joke, "Where's Karl?", this fine collection of essays published in the last twenty years invites the same question intellectually. In the answer lies its simultaneous strength and weakness.
As a result, I was more intellectually than viscerally stimulated.
Parents and educators often resist encouraging intellectually advanced teenagers to skip a grade or take special college-level courses, for fear the academic jump-start will wreak havoc on the students' social and emotional development.
It's to Fishman's credit that, while he clearly feels the appeal of the current dream, he's intellectually honest enough not to claim that it's coming true, or that suburbs--even technoburbs--are necessarily barren.
The grants will assist the Maternity Hospital and the intellectually challenged children Institution to expand their facilities and to equip themselves with essential furniture or medical equipment.
Melbourne, June 8 (ANI): A man who sexually abused his intellectually disabled daughter and pimped her for money to his friends has been jailed for nine years.
This story about bioethics will appeal to the intellectually curious reader.
Kitsch is the other of modernism and, like most of Africa's cultural production, was considered by modernism's proponents to be intellectually inferior to European high art.
Zadie Smith, Jamaican British novelist, is an intellectually exquisite ray of light on the horizon of twenty-first-century writing.
It has been explained to me that this argument is intellectually specious and that gay lit must confine itself to works dealing with same-sex love.
Discussion reached a height, both intellectually and emotionally, with the publication of Daniel Goldhagen's dissertation, Hitler's Willing Executioners (New York: Knopf, 1996).
In a liberal arts institution, dance courses are designed to be "intellectually enriching" and an artistic experience.