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scho·las·tic

 (skə-lăs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to schools; academic: scholastic accomplishment.
2. often Scholastic Of, relating to, or characteristic of Scholasticism.
3. Overly subtle or pedantic: "The debates ... between communist and socialist formations [of the unions] on an industrial and labor strategy were often scholastic and tortuous" (Norman Birnbaum).
n.
1. often Scholastic A Scholastic philosopher or theologian.
2. A dogmatist or pedant.

[Latin scholasticus, from Greek skholastikos, learned, studious, from skholazein, to study, from skholē, school; see segh- in Indo-European roots.]

scho·las′ti·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.scholastically - with respect to scholastic activities; "scholastically apt"
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By three, the child is scholastically ready to be instructed.
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The scholastically trained Kievan monks whom Peter the Great put at the head of the Russian church definitely became dissatisfied with Kormchaia and other more or less ancient sources of Russian canon law.