Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 month ago

"I like to read intellectual quotes" Is the word "intellectual" correct here as an adjective? (I mean I like to read the quotes related to?


If it's not correct, what word can I use?

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  • RP
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    1 month ago
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    Since quotes generally convey wisdom, they all must be intellectual, to a degree, in order to endure. However, if you are referring to quotes related to a specific subject, like knowledge, the best way to indicate that is directly, as in: I like to read quotes about knowledge. You might also be more specific by indicating what aspect or kind of knowledge, such as "acquisition of", "utility of", or "practical application of."

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    "intellectual"itself is an adjective, so it's the appropriate word to be used.

    The noun form is Intellect.


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