Definition of scholarship:
intelligence, apprehension, cognition, acquaintance, cognizance, lore, experience, bibliography, encyclopedism, information, accomplishments, knowledge, science, perception, bibliomania, comprehension, learning, wisdom, learnedness, intellectualism, light, erudition, recognition, eruditeness, encyclopaedism, studentship, intuition, acquisition, instruction, scientific approach.
It has been by working the historical method that all the great results both in general and special scholarship have been arrived at; and it is on historical investigation that the whole induction of modern philology rests.- "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
- "On the Firing Line in Education", Adoniram Judson Ladd.
I could see all through his talk that the sense of superiority which his scholarship in this little- known language gave him above the ordinary seaman, had influenced his whole personality and been the central interest of his life.- "The Aran Islands", John M. Synge.