a scholar and a gentleman

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Noun[edit]

a scholar and a gentleman (plural scholars and gentlemen)

  1. (idiomatic) an admirable person

Usage notes[edit]

Although taking the term "gentleman" literally it could only be said of males, it is sometimes used of females as well.

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