And her sense of humor should make certain that no one will be put off by the erudition.
Anderson carries his erudition lightly, but there's enough scholarship there to make an academic proud.
Much like McKeown, Crystal leavens his erudition with amusing observation.
As you can see, there is plenty of erudition to go with the laughs.
Lorrie Moore gave Updike a gold star for his “erudition and hard work.”
The erudition is borne with ease; it does not clog or overload the poet's impulse.
But truth, not erudition, was the demand and the necessity of his mind.
His erudition, considering the general state of ignorance prevailing at this time, was most remarkable.
The one who had succeeded to this honor was widely celebrated for her erudition.
He was a man of most uncommon abilities and erudition, as his works, numerous and various, show.
c.1400, "instruction, education," from Latin eruditionem (nominative eruditio) "an instructing," noun of action from past participle stem of erudire (see erudite). Meaning "learning, scholarship" is from 1520s.