How to use "erudite" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "erudite" in popular movie and book plots

  • As a respected man of the arts in his homeland, he must struggle against the commercial demands of the station's owners; erudite and eloquent in his own tongue, he must face the ups and downs of everyday life in a land where he can hardly speak the language.  - Radio Dreams
  • This novel is published in its entirety within Erasure and creates a meta-narrative that asks the ready about the value and merits of such writing in contrast to the supposedly more erudite text we are reading of Erasure.  - Erasure (novel)
  • Maitreya (Neeraj Kabi), an erudite Jain monk, is part of a petition to ban animal testing in India.  - Ship of Theseus (film)
  • Against all odds, together they ace Mitch's jaded sergeant Diesel, and bring down the erudite though brutal Kazimir, a disillusioned Russian mobster.  - La-La Loco Baby
  • Despite his erudite scholarship, deep learning of Sanskrit and Tamil and extraordinary poetic skills, Kamban remains a humble, unassuming, deeply pious man, and a loyal subject of the King.  - Ambikapathy (1957 film)
  • Some years later his erudite Afro-English valet, Bogle, is sent to investigate rumors that Tichborne survived and settled in Australia.  - The Tichborne Claimant (film)
  • The Sexual Intellectual, a column that discusses anything related to sex, is written by Eugene Eyestones, an erudite recluse and spectacled Vietnam veteran, as a contributor to Quink, a monthly magazine published in Boston by (Minot) Warholic prone to pepper his verbal outbursts with Yiddishisms.  - Laura Warholic
  • Crystal Shackleford (Geraldine Fitzgerald) lures two strangers, solicitor Jerome Arbutny (Sydney Greenstreet) and charming and erudite drunkard Johnny West (Peter Lorre) to her London flat on Chinese New Year in 1938 because of her belief that if three strangers make the same wish to an idol of Kwan Yin, Chinese goddess of fortune and destiny, the wish will be granted.  - Three Strangers
  • Blue van Meer is a film-obsessed, erudite teenager.  - Special Topics in Calamity Physics
  • Maia's erudite but cynical and cautious colleague Major Gervasio refuses to take part, as does Lieutenant Lobão.  - April Captains
  • On board, he meets an Englishwoman named Elizabeth Hurwood, who complains that her erudite father Benjamin has abandoned his natural philosophy work and begun studying dark magic with her lecherous physician Leo Friend.  - On Stranger Tides
  • She also spends time with the other passengers, among them a South African engineer and an erudite Egyptian.  - Canal Dreams
  • The questions become more erudite and challenging, but Bottomley keeps answering them with ease.  - Champagne for Caesar
  • Despite this flaw, Lou was an erudite and intelligent individual already.  - Major Bummer
  • Elizabeth marries the now erudite and sophisticated monster—with her hair styled identically to that of the female creature from the Bride of Frankenstein, while Inga joyfully learns what her new husband Frederick got in return during the transfer procedure—the monster's Schwanzstücker.  - Young Frankenstein
  • His passionate and erudite defense of those things in which he believes, in contrast to his earlier passive behavior, galvanizes the press and his staff.  - The American President

Example sentences for "erudite" in interesting articles

Meaning of "erudite" in English

  • having or showing profound knowledge
    - an erudite professor

Meaning of "erudite" in Hindi

  • विद्वान ( Vidvan, widwan)
  • विद्वता पूर्ण ( Vidvata purn, vidvataa poorn, widwata purn)
  • विद्वान पुरुष ( Vidvan purush, widwan purush)
  • पंडित ( Pandit)
  • विदुषी ( Vidushi, vidushee, widushi)
  • विद्वतापूर्ण ( Vidvatapurn, vidvataapoorn, widwatapurn)

Synonyms of "erudite"

  • learned

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