attractive to or engaging the intellect: an intellectual book; an intellectual issue.
Having or showing intellect, particularly to a top degree. See Synonyms at intelligent.
directed at activities or pursuits that need exercise of the intellect.
Belonging to, or done by, the intellect; mental; since, intellectual powers, tasks, etc.
Endowed with intellect; getting the power of understanding; having convenience of the higher kinds of understanding or thought; characterized by intelligence or mental capacity; as, an intellectual individual.
Suitable for exercising the intellect; created by, and existing for, the intellect alone; sensed by the intellect; as, intellectual employments.
Relating to the understanding; dealing with for the mind; because, intellectual viewpoint, often called "mental" philosophy.
Belonging to, or carried out by, the intellect; mental
Endowed with intellect; obtaining the energy of comprehension; having capacity for the larger types of understanding or thought; described as intelligence or emotional capability.
ideal for exercising the intellect; created by, and existing for, the intellect alone; understood because of the intellect.
concerning the understanding; managing of head.
attractive to or using the intellect
of or associated with or calling for the utilization of the mind
concerning intelligence versus emotions or instinct
Of, with respect to, or associated with the nature of intellect or understanding; of the head; done because of the understanding; appealing to or engaging the intellect or even the higher capabilities of man; psychological: because, intellectual capabilities or operations; intellectual amusements.
Perceived because of the intellect; current within the understanding; perfect.
Having intellect, or the energy of comprehension; characterized by intellect, or even the convenience of the higher forms of knowledge: because, an intellectual being.