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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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Kendall writes how war litterateurs are commonly charged with 'distracting from universal concerns', and opines that their most urgent issue is the "relationship between art and violence" (3).
The verdict was announced in April 1906 in the Bulletin de la Canadienne, and elsewhere: "Tous les litterateurs, des deux cotes de l'Atlantique, salueront avec joie cette victoire.
Under the influence of leftism, Liang has for quite a long time been labeled as a reactionary bourgeois litterateur.
He moved to London with his second wife and their children and took to the stage as Mister Walter Pelham, "English Humorous Entertainer and Litterateur," basically a stand-up comedian and mimic.
However, has there ever been a philosopher who was both a litterateur and a musician/composer?
Most English language readers of Georges Bataille are familiar with him as a peculiar litterateur, the author of The Story of the Eye, a sophisticated and disturbing novel about sexual deviants on a rampage.
Let us give thanks to the faithful chronicler, yet correctly assess the worth of his contribution; let us expose and repulse the pretentious litterateur who masquerades in the garb of the historian and seeks to gratify the appetites of the uncritical and easily pleased; let us highly resolve that any history that bears the hallmark of the RAHS shall be of sterling quality.
The well-known autobiographer and litterateur, Bing Crosby, once sent a letter to a friend.
But since he is basically a litterateur by nature, he has been gifted by God with an acumen to analyse the present situation and the prevailing circumstances.
That it was by the respected British litterateur Martin Seymour-Smith was in its favor, but that it could provide much new information seemed unlikely, specially in view of the high reputation of its predecessors, Millgate in particular.
One needs to be philosopher, theologian, historian and litterateur to do justice to this reclusive giant who changed Welsh history.
G Venkatasubbaiah, a Kannada lexicographer and litterateur, at a function here to mark his birth centenary.