experience, encyclopaedism, learnedness, science, recognition, acquisition, light, acquaintance, encyclopedism, intuition, scholarship, perception, lore, apprehension, instruction, eruditeness, learning, cognition.
intelligence (part of speech: noun)
learning (part of speech: verb)
knowledge (part of speech: noun)
The highest pitch of his erudition
was the annual almanack.
- "An History of Birmingham (1783)", William Hutton.
For there is that in its stand- point and its problem which makes it universally significant entirely apart from dialectic and erudition.
- "The Approach to Philosophy", Ralph Barton Perry.
Romance in prose and verse, drama, history, songs, satire, oratory, and even erudition,
are all represented and represented worthily.
- "A Short History of French Literature", George Saintsbury.