English words and Examples of Usage

use "intellectual" in a sentence

But the ruling also allows states to define intellectual disability.

Maybe that was your case, as part of your intellectual history.

But quite the opposite happens with the intellectual and cognitive side.

China will stand firm to protect intellectual property rights, he added.

There was, he said, "an "intellectual vacuum" in art in postwar Germany.

"Can Dundar is a real intellectual, a respected journalists, and a real humanist.

He was just a rather bourgeois, not terribly intellectual man-it was all instinct.

10. “Apparently there’s a term for someone who gets turned on by intellectual stuff.

Nigeria's new foreign minister is Geoffrey Onyeama, an intellectual property lawyer.

I have, I will confess, a certain intellectual sympathy with the believer's position.

Others clearly trample free speech and are out of place in an intellectual environment.

A student at North Oconee High School has severe intellectual and physical disabilities.

"It's this intellectual arrogance that now you can't have a conversation about it, even.

Nintendo has allowed very few adaptations of its vast intellectual property in the past.

“It takes us into an interesting and difficult to navigate intellectual space,” he says.

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