er`u*di"tion(r`*dsh"n), n. [L. eruditio: cf. F. rudition.] The act of instructing; the result of thorough instruction; the state of being erudite or learned; the acquisitions gained by extensive reading or study; particularly, learning in literature or criticism, as distinct from the sciences; scholarship.
The management of a young lady's person is not be overlooked, but the erudition of her mind is much more to be regarded.Steele.
The gay young gentleman whose erudition sat so easily upon him.Macaulay.
Syn. -- Literature; learning. See Literature.
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