Science and Wisdom

Science

Science noun - A body of facts learned by study or experience.
Usage example: the science of medicine grew tremendously in the course of the 19th century
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Wisdom and science are semantically related in information topic. In some cases you can use "Wisdom" instead a noun "Science", when it comes to topics like methodical study of part of material world.

Nearby Words: scientist, sciential

Wisdom

Wisdom noun - A body of facts learned by study or experience.
Usage example: the orientation meetings will provide the company's old hands with an opportunity to pass on their wisdom to the new employees

Science and wisdom are semantically related in information topic. You can use "Science" instead a noun "Wisdom".

How words are described

human human science human wisdom
old old science old wisdom
good good science good wisdom
high high science high wisdom
Other adjectives: pure, normal, natural, true, deep, real, little, lost, practical, ancient, new, conventional, military, magical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Comes Great Responsibility He then compares it to science, which allows people "to stand on the shoulders of giants" without developing the necessary wisdom.
  • Evil Counterpart / Video Games Both were scientists working for Shinra, but Gast was a kind man who used science to obtain wisdom when Hojo is an immoral Mad Scientist.
  • Magion is the Fairy faction, endlessly proud of their advanced magical science, and eager to spread their "wisdom" to the unenlightened masses.
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