It must be remembered that Quality is a very different thing from intellectuality or morality.
Her countenance was alike expressive of intellectuality and strong passions.
My life till then had not entirely lacked culture or intellectuality.
He noted, for the first time, the keen alertness and intellectuality of the other's face.
Remarkable is the intellectuality and compacted thought which he fuses in emotional expression.
He had a small foot and hand, and many marks of intellectuality.
In the days when the great artist was growing up, Nuremberg was the centre of all intellectuality and art in the North.
But his intellectuality and anti-sentimentality are distinguished and serene.
It is adapted to his mind in its earliest stages of progression, and its highest state of intellectuality.
Her most prominent characteristic was, I think, intellectuality.
mid-15c., "the part of the mind which understands; understanding, intellect;" from Old French intellectualité and directly from Late Latin intellectualitas, from Latin intellectualis (see intellectual).