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1  —1 use as in:
intellectual stimulation
related to intelligence — such as requiring, appealing to, or possessing intelligence
  • They saw us as "different" from themselves in fundamental ways: we were irresponsible; we were different in our sexual morals; we were intellectually limited; we had a God-given sense of rhythm; we were lazy and happy-go-lucky; we loved watermelon and fried chicken.

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  • With men of the quality of Benjamin Mays, president of Morehouse, and Rufus Clement, president of Atlanta University—to mention only two who are world-renowned—the intellectual climate is of high quality.
  • The two great arguments— the Negro's lack of sexual morality and his intellectual incapacity—are smoke screens to justify prejudice and unethical behavior.
  • They found Atlanta a thriving intellectual center for the Negro.

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