Society has expected them to be high achieving and studious, independent and adventurous, and sexy.
The not-so-P.C. message appeared to be: Trade in your unruly child for a studious Asian one.
But my goodness, even the air around Oxford University is studious.
As for the Sawyer interview, the ABC World News anchor was strong and studious and technically delivered the goods, question-wise.
It all began to unravel for Foulk in the studious quiet of Kearns' office.
Mrs. Standish was studious in her avoidance of him without appearance of open slight.
He was, to the eyes of men, studious and holy as an anchorite.
And from that time the University became sober, modest, and studious as perhaps any in Europe.
Yet he was seen to be not only a studious man, but a melancholy one.
All studious youths are aware of this tendency to congestion of the brain.