eruditely vs learnedly what difference

what is difference between eruditely and learnedly

English

Etymology

erudite +‎ -ly

Adverb

eruditely (comparative more eruditely, superlative most eruditely)

  1. In a learned or scholarly manner.
    • 1921 — H. P. Lovecraft, Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family
      Learning was in his blood, for his great-grandfather, Sir Robert Jermyn, Bt., had been an anthropologist of note, whilst his great-great-great-grandfather, Sir Wade Jermyn, was one of the earliest explorers of the Congo region, and had written eruditely of its tribes, animals, and supposed antiquities.

Related terms

  • erudite
  • erudition

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English

Etymology

learned +‎ -ly

Adverb

learnedly (comparative more learnedly, superlative most learnedly)

  1. In an educated and knowledgeable manner.
    The professor spoke learnedly for an hour about his abstruse scholarship; but he couldn’t string two words together to speak to the pretty woman.

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