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Things scholarly often describes (“scholarly ________”)
work, research, journals, works, literature, attention, study, articles, interest, studies, community, books, debate, analysis, publications, activity, discussion, journal, interests, opinion, writing, pursuits, world, inquiry, book, investigation, activities, edition, papers, treatment, consensus, tradition, attainments, writings, account, discourse, publishing, circles, approach, history, knowledge, communication, contributions, career, apparatus, editions, essays, article, discipline, discussions, publication, disciplines, efforts, criticism, achievement, biography, debates, effort, standards, monographs, achievements, tastes, purposes, review, examination, accounts, treatise, endeavors, analyses, traditions, endeavor, production, reputation, texts, contribution, fashion, mind, productivity, enterprise, interpretation, controversy, paper, monograph, investigations, commentary, introduction, periodicals, output, pursuit

How scholarly often is described (“________ scholarly”)
more, most, special, less, comprehensive, least, ablest, powerful, oldest, detailed, learned

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See scholarly used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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