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donnish definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, relating to, or held to be characteristic of a university don; bookish or pedantic. See Synonyms at pedantic.
    • Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, unlike practical.
    • like a university don; marked by a narrow target or screen of learning, especially its insignificant aspects.
    • marked by a narrow focus on or show of mastering specifically its trivial aspects
    • Of, relating to, or held to be characteristic of a university don; bookish or pedantic. See Synonyms at pedantic.
    • Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, in the place of useful.
    • like a university don; marked by a narrow target or display of learning, particularly its trivial aspects.
    • marked by a narrow consider or show of learning specially its trivial aspects
    • Of, regarding, or held to be characteristic of a university don; bookish or pedantic. See Synonyms at pedantic.
    • Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, in place of practical.
    • like a university don; marked by a narrow target or display of learning, specially its trivial aspects.
    • marked by a narrow consider or screen of learning particularly its trivial aspects
    • Of, associated with, or held becoming characteristic of a university don; bookish or pedantic. See Synonyms at pedantic.
    • Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, instead of useful.
    • like a university don; marked by a narrow concentrate on or display of understanding, specifically its trivial aspects.
    • Of, associated with, or held become characteristic of a university don; bookish or pedantic. See Synonyms at pedantic.
    • Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, in place of useful.
    • marked by a slim target or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
    • like a university don; marked by a narrow give attention to or screen of learning, specially its trivial aspects.
    • marked by a narrow consider or screen of learning especially its insignificant aspects
  • others:
    • with respect to or feature of an English institution don.
    • with respect to or characteristic of an English university don.
    • related to or attribute of an English institution don.
    • regarding or feature of an English institution don.
    • with respect to or feature of an English university don.
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