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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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On the occasion, Chancellor of the Nepal Academy Bairagi Kainla said academy was ready to help the litterateurs for their literary promotion.
This play and essay mark a capital moment in the evolution of Marcel's thought because, as all evidence indicates, these axe the first works in which Marcel decidedly becomes a Catholic litterateur and a Catholic philosopher.
27) The Parisian litterateur, as will become apparent, fused elements from all four traditions during a period in which the expansion of road-, water-and railways and a thirst for discovery and exoticism made domestic and foreign travel increasingly popular as a practice and a literary genre among the top tier of the population.
In skillfully showing us the development of Trevelyan's mind, the author refutes opinions of Trevelyan as being only a litterateur.
Award-winning Tamil rationalist Poet dies aged 80 Award-winning Tamil rationalist poet and litterateur Abdul Rahman, popularly known as Kavikko or emperor of poetry, died on June 2 at his Chennai residence.
Various Hindu groups have condemned his statement for hurting their sentiments, but the litterateur has decided to stick to his words.
One needs to be philosopher, theologian, historian and litterateur to do justice to this reclusive giant who changed Welsh history.
Sawad Hussain is an Arabic teacher, translator, and litterateur residing in Dubai.
For those more interested in social history and a richer picture of Barlow's life as a litterateur and husband, Richard Buel's biography of Barlow (Joel Barlow: American Citizen in a Revolutionary World) will likely be more satisfying.
Paying tributes to the litterateur, the entire gathering stood for a minute to observe silence, and then heard a speech on his contribution to the society.
Tagore is perhaps the only litterateur who penned the national anthems of two countries -- India's Jana Gana Mana and Bangladesh's Amar Shonar Bangla.
Johan Ludvig Heiberg; philosopher, litterateur, dramaturge, and political thinking.