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The aim of life is some way of living, as flexible and gentle as human nature; so that ambition may stoop to kindness, and philosophy to condor and humor. Neither prosperity nor empire nor heaven can be worth winning at the price of a virulent temper, bloody hands, an anguished spirit, and a vain hatred of the rest of the world.George Santayana
- 1820 — Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter, Ch. XII
- At all events, if it involved any secret information in regard to old Roger Chillingworth, it was in a tongue unknown to the erudite clergyman, and did but increase the bewilderment of his mind.
- See also Wikisaurus:learned
- Feminine plural form of erudito
- Plural form of erudita.
- Second-person plural present tense of erudire.
- Second-person plural imperative of erudire.
- Feminine plural of erudito.
From ērudītus (“‘educated, accomplished’”)
Adverbērudītē (comparative ērudītius, superlative ērudītissimē)
- Charlton T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary, 1st edition. (Oxford University Press)
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