Definition of Didacticisms

1. Noun. (plural of didacticism) ¹



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Definition of Didacticisms

1. didacticism [n] - See also: didacticism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Didacticisms

dicysteines
did
did in
did justice
did not bat
did over
did the dishes
did time
did up
didact
didactic
didactic analysis
didactical
didactically
didacticism
didacticisms (current term)
didacticist
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didacticity
didactick
didactics
didacts
didactyl
didactylous
didactyls
didakai
didakais
didakei
didakeis

Literary usage of Didacticisms

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1. Tyrone Power by William Winter (1913)
"Other kindred didacticisms are set forth, but the play does not contain even one idea that has not been hammered into velvet cushions and somnolent ..."

2. Younger American Poets, 1830-1890 by Goodridge Bliss Roberts (1891)
"... and of immortality, filled with a strength and depth greater perhaps than he himself has dreamed, and lifted purely beyond the mannerisms, didacticisms, ..."

3. A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century by Henry Augustin Beers (1916)
"In revising it for publication I have striven to rid it of the air of the lecture room, but a few repetitions and didacticisms of manner may have ..."

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