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polymath +‎ -ic

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polymathic (comparative more polymathic, superlative most polymathic)

  1. Pertaining to polymathy; acquainted with many branches of learning.
    Synonym: multiscious (rare)
    • 2014 September 5, Rob Nixon, “Future Footprints”, in New York Times[1]:
      Is it uncharitable to want a book that achieves so much to do more? Perhaps. Taken on its own terms, “The Human Age” is a dazzling achievement: immensely readable, lively, polymathic, audacious.

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