- the mental faculties.
- things pertaining to the intellect.
Origin of intellectual
synonym study for intellectual
OTHER WORDS FROM intellectual
How to use intellectual in a sentence
Perlman previously worked at Classic Media, a private equity company that has intellectual property and film rights that’s now owned by DreamWorks Studios.‘Valuations had shifted’: What a private equity acquisition means for legacy media|Kayleigh Barber|November 19, 2020|Digiday
General relativity was an unprecedented intellectual feat—but it didn’t make everything relative, as Mach had dreamed.When Einstein Tilted at Windmills - Issue 93: Forerunners|Amanda Gefter|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
She contrasts the intellectual output of private AI labs with that of pharmaceutical companies, for example, which invest billions in drugs and keep much of the work behind closed doors.
“He has been confined to the house, and he doesn’t understand why he can’t go to the places he usually goes,” said Kinney, adding that her son also has an intellectual disability.
The lifestyle Martin advocated for — renouncing the world and all its political and intellectual concerns — can seem outlandish and even irresponsible at a time when so much feels so urgent.After the 2016 election, Agnes Martin's paintings gave me solace. This time, they're still an escape.|Kelsey Ables|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
But they are probably more intellectually honest—more willing to call their own team for BS—than most political commentators.
Or, if your show is about ideas, then I think it has to be intellectually stimulating first.
But Alexander is far more intellectually sophisticated, and frankly more reverent.
The second was Marach Agha, 22; according to the Army, Agha may have been deaf or intellectually disabled.‘Kill Team’: The Documentary the Army Doesn’t Want You to See|Andrew Romano|July 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When we did the studio visit I was just really blown away by her personally, intellectually and the work itself.
Impersonation may be more easily achieved intellectually, requiring only keen observation and the power of imitation.Expressive Voice Culture|Jessie Eldridge Southwick
Something within him wanted to go, something that was perhaps intellectually curious.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
Mr. Nugent was a small man, that is physically, but intellectually was well endowed.
Intellectually and artistically, Tchaikovsky profited little by this journey.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Intellectually she is quite sound, but has a treacherous memory, and is very nervous.A Statistical Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of Epilepsy|Alexander Hughes Bennett
British Dictionary definitions for intellectual
Derived forms of intellectualintellectuality or intellectualness, nounintellectually, adverb
Cultural definitions for intellectual
A person who engages in academic study or critical evaluation of ideas and issues. (See intelligentsia.)