Plural In Great Britain, the cap and gown worn by the officers and students of a school or college.(noun)
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Use "academical" in a sentence
""The recent gift is in part a continuation of the [Tung] family's interest in international education and in part a gesture of support for the conception of what we refer to as the academical village, but specifically as it exists when students and faculty members live and work together on the ship," Casteen stated in an e-mail."
"It may be apparent that it, like the rest of the series, is couched in academical language."
"Looking at this question of the Flanders littoral from what, in a naval and military sense, may be called the academical point of view, it is certainly a great pity that neither the project worked out by"