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Noun:

a gentleman and a scholar (plural gentlemen and scholars) Alternative form of a scholar and a gentleman. 2007 January 2, Alessandra Stanley, “Exposed: Celebrities, Tabloids and Sleaze!”, New York Times: BBC America recently ran a documentary called “Paparazzi” that also disabused viewers of any lingering impression that gossip rags are run by gentlemen and scholars.


Anagrams:

a scholar and a gentleman


Reference:

a gentleman and a scholar

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