Use Scholar in a Sentence?

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Scholar is a noun and means someone who is learning or an expert in a specific filed of knowledge. To use scholar in a sentence, ' She went to Rome to become a Medieval scholar'. It came from the French word ' scholer' which means ' school.
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You are a scholar and a gentleman, both smart and kind. He was the brightest scholar at the university.
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No, that wouldn't make sense because 'erudite' is an adjective. What you're looking for is something like this. The college professor, with several university degrees, was most erudite
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My devotion to faith has enabled me to concentrate on the small, yet significant elements (of life). You didn't say that it was about life, but I just threw that in there.
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