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  • I find that a good many studious men are doing the same thing. Cited from Autobiography and Letters of Orville Dewey, D.D., by Orville Dewey
  • He took with him some books showing what a studious man he was.
  • How dear, how very dear, she had grown in these last studious years! Cited from The Secret of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • Nor have I spent My youth in studious sort to give up now. Cited from Laura Secord, by Sarah Anne Curzon
  • Unlike most studious men, he had no fixed spot in the house for writing. Cited from Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence
  • He seemed to be a studious young man, for he always had a book in his hand. Cited from Do and Dare, by Horatio Alger, Jr
  • His brother is different from him that he is responsible and studious.
  • He was studious, but was poor as a result of his father's early death.
  • He was a studious and sensitive man who did not always have good health.
  • At a young age, he was already known for being studious and extraordinary.
  • He was studious in his youth and capable in writing, particularly in poetry.
  • He continued his studious habits during the campaign, and limited his sleep to a very short time. Cited from A Smaller History of Rome, by William Smith and Eugene Lawrence
  • He still has the same sharp, black eye and his face wears its old time studious look.
  • He was such a studious apprentice that he soon became a good artist himself.
  • From that day forth I was a better child, more studious and less violent. Cited from My Double Life, by Sarah Bernhardt
  • For what is more delightful than old age surrounded with the studious attention of youth? Cited from The Best of the World's Classics, Prose, Vol. II - Rome, by Various
  • A student himself, he was proud of his studious boy, and wanted to send him to college. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
  • I embrace you, and hope you will be my good, studious, noble son. Cited from Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Vol. 2, by Lady Wallace
  • For a person is said to be studious because he applies study to certain things. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae), by Thomas Aquinas
  • In his young days, he was said to be studious and capable of writing, particularly at poetry.
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