sub-academical

academical

[ak-uh-dem-i-kuhl]
adjective
noun
2.
academicals, academic costume.

Origin:
1580–90; academic + -al1

academically, adverb
interacademically, adverb
nonacademical, adjective
nonacademically, adverb
nonacademicalness, noun
pseudoacademically, adverb
quasi-academically, adverb
semiacademical, adjective
semiacademically, adverb
subacademical, adjective
subacademically, adverb
unacademical, adjective
unacademically, adverb
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