Academe (noun)

  1. The academic community, especially the faculty of a college or university.
  2. The world of education and scholarship.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from french académie, via latin from greek akadēmia, the name of the school of plato.

Examples:

  1. He was well-respected in the academe for his research.
  2. The academe was divided on the issue of the new curriculum.
  3. He was a prominent figure in the academe.
  4. The academe was buzzing with excitement about the upcoming conference.
  5. She was a rising star in the academe, known for her innovative teaching methods.
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