Obama was brilliant that night—great stump speech; full, frank, erudite answers to questions.
Patricia Clarkson gets to show off both as the woman who becomes fascinated with the erudite monster.
Jon Corzine is many things: erudite, down to earth, and well-meaning being chief among them, people who know him tell me.
But unlike Bloom and Eagleton, his books have been, while erudite and incisive, unashamedly populist.
Mostly, though, it feels like you're hanging out with an erudite, thoughtful guy who's really good at conversation.
This erudite priest, born in 1067, was the founder of historical writing in Iceland.
And the method of manufacture is then explained by the erudite doctor.
Report had it that he was equally at home in at least three other tongues as erudite.
Like Dr. Schliemann he was no erudite savant, but an enthusiast with an eye for likely sites.
Such were the sentiments of the most erudite, most pious, and most eminent school of learning existing in the capital of France.