Pedantic synonyms and antonyms

pə-dăn'tĭk

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Strictly attentive to minute details of form in action or conduct.
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marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
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The definition of pedagogic is something that is connected to teachers or teaching.
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Pedantic; bookish
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Literary, formal, or erudite. Used of language.
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Of or relating to school; academic
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(Of a person) Bookish, theoretical and pedantic, as opposed to practical.
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Characterized by a narrow concern for book learning and formal rules, without knowledge or experience of practical matters
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The definition of pompous is someone who has excessive self-esteem.
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Alternative form of academic.
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Too critical; too severe in judgment; hard to please
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Stubbornly holding on to an idea without concern for practicalities or reality.
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(Informal) Demanding, requiring above-normal care.
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(A) making overnice or petty distinctions; quibbling
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Acquired by study, experience, etc.
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Of or pertaining to school; scholastic.
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Not precise or exact; containing some error or uncertainty.
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Not in accord with the usual regulations; unofficial.
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The definition of didactic is used for teaching.
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Following or being in accord with accepted or prescribed forms, conventions, or regulations:
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The definition of flexible is someone or something that bends easily, is easily persuaded or can be changed easily.
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Characterized by a narrow concern for book learning and formal rules, without knowledge or experience of practical matters
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Appropriate to literature rather than everyday writing.
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Find another word for pedantic. In this page you can discover 37 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pedantic, like: pedantical, punctilious, pernickety, ostentatious of learning, pretentious, pedagogic, inkhorn, bookish, scholastic, donnish and precise.