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- adj. didactic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as didactic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. instructive (especially excessively)
I didn't do any empirical or didactical research, nor did I try to work out everything that I was going to see beforehand.
Qualitative survey of didactical approaches in SL by Martin Leidl
The SLED Picayune: Qualitative survey of didactical approaches in SL
For, as I say, appeals which are not didactical are almost always worthless.
For they are really monarchs of their own people; that is, of their own Church (for the Church is the same thing with a Christian people); whereas the power of the Pope, though he were St. Peter, is neither monarchy, nor hath anything of archical nor cratical, but only of didactical; for God accepteth not a forced, but a willing obedience.
And then they also have 56 hours of actual didactical on-the-job training.
Thenceforth, Felitzata visited Vologonov almost daily; and once during the time of two hours or so that the pair were occupied in drinking tea I heard, through the partition-wall, the old man say in vigorous, level, didactical tones:
“Besides, this is Good Friday, not Easter Day,” the old soldier concluded with severe, didactical mien.
However, before going into that, I must explain to you -- because you said that I like to speak in a way so that people can understand me; that I am pedagogical and didactical -- the secret is simple: I try first to understand things, and as I understand them I try to explain them.
[Text] [Dobles] The first thing that comes to my mind as I greet and thank you for this interview, is that as I listened to you talk about this garden to all the friends who were here this afternoon -- including the Venezuelan group -- is how didactical and affectionate you are when you talk.
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