Deep, extensive learning. See Synonyms at knowledge.(noun)
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Use "erudition" in a sentence
"Sometimes the aformentioned erudition is daunting -- I know I'm missing some aspects ..."
"For people so skilled in erudition, none of them seem to really be able to articulate why any of this activity is important to them."
"The erudition is dexterously deployed, with a heartening leaven of demotic obscenity."