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The idiom “a man of letters” is used to describe someone who is well-educated and has extensive knowledge and expertise in literature, writing, and other forms of written communication. This person is typically well-read and has a deep understanding and appreciation of the written word.
- He was not just a politician, but also a man of letters, having written several books on history and politics.
- She is a true man of letters, with a deep knowledge of literature and an ability to write with elegance and clarity.
- The professor was a true man of letters, with a deep understanding of the classics and an ability to communicate complex ideas in a clear and accessible way.
I hope that helps! Let me know if you have another idiom you’d like me to work on.
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