Definition of scholarliness in English:

scholarliness

noun

  • See scholarly

    • ‘Foucault inspired subsequent critics of psychiatry, of varying degrees of scholarliness, rationality, and clarity of exposition.’
    • ‘Their long black gowns are intended to convey the prestige, seriousness, and scholarliness of their calling.’
    • ‘Snaking back and forward in time, she describes the dark, European scholarliness of the Mitwisser house as she first experiences it - at first repelled by their harsh German and strange manners, then drawn in entirely.’
    • ‘Isaac's trait is self-sacrifice; Jacob is the paradigm of scholarliness.’
    • ‘Throughout this work, Hall has set the standard for care, rigor, completeness, and scholarliness that is unsurpassed in modern behavioral genetics.’

Pronunciation

scholarliness

/ˈskɒləlɪnəs/