- mbt. het verstand; met kennis te maken hebbend; verstandelijk; rationeel; verstandelijk, verstandig
- appealing to or using the intellect
"satire is an intellectual weapon"
"intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"
- involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct
- ontwikkeld persoon
- a person who uses the mind creatively
- I enjoy intellectual conversations.
- Tom is intellectual.
- Everyone has his intellectual desire.
- Wearing glasses makes you look more intellectual.
- Chess is a highly intellectual game.
- It is important to have intellectual curiosity.
- He likes to posture as an intellectual.
- Besides being beautiful, she is kind and intellectual.
- In my view, everyone should have intellectual hobbies as well as an interest in physical activities.
- Everyone has his intellectual desire; mine is to escape life as I know it.
- Sticking up philosophical words together won't make you more of an intellectual.
- An intellectual is a person who has discovered something more interesting than sex.
- The exclusion of mathematics from the field of culture is like intellectual castration.
- In terms of intellectual hobbies, I really like learning Chinese characters.
- Saint Augustine's "Confessions" tells a timeless tale of intellectual search ending in orthodoxy.