1. scholarship

noun. ['ˈskɑːlɝˌʃɪp'] financial aid provided to a student on the basis of academic merit.


  • aid
  • award
  • economic aid
  • prize


  • disrespect
  • look down on
  • close
  • stiffen


  • -ship (English)
  • -sciepe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • scholar (English)
  • scoler (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Scholarship

  • airship
  • ambassadorship
  • apprenticeship
  • authorship
  • battleship
  • bipartisanship
  • bipartisanship
  • blankenship
  • brinkmanship
  • brinksmanship
  • censorship
  • chairmanship
  • championship
  • citizenship
  • companionship
  • conservatorship
  • consulship
  • craftsmanship
  • craftsmanship
  • dealership

How do you pronounce scholarship?

Pronounce scholarship as ˈskɑlərˌʃɪp.

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Sentences with scholarship

1. Noun, singular or mass
Suggest a win-win situation between you and the organization should you gain admission or a scholarship.

Quotes about scholarship

1. The old man was peering intently at the shelves. 'I'll have to admit that he's a very competent scholar.'Isn't he just a librarian?' Garion asked, 'somebody who looks after books?'That's where all the rest of scholarship starts, Garion. All the books in the world won't help you if they're just piled up in a heap.
- David Eddings, King of the Murgos

2. ...the ongoing suspicion that scientific discoveries or rigorous biblical scholarship will undermine faith is a tacit admission that faith is threatened by knowledge, because it is ultimately constructed on weak or faulty assumptions and, like the proverbial house of cards, needs to be "protected"from collapsing. (p. 21)
- Robin R. Meyers, Saving Jesus from the Church: How to Stop Worshiping Christ and Start Following Jesus

2. scholarship

noun. ['ˈskɑːlɝˌʃɪp'] profound scholarly knowledge.


  • learning
  • eruditeness
  • learnedness
  • encyclopaedism
  • encyclopedism
  • education
  • erudition


  • inexperience
  • unenlightenment
  • disservice
  • worsen


  • -ship (English)
  • -sciepe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • scholar (English)
  • scoler (Middle English (1100-1500))