from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A school or school-house.
- n. The system of pedagogy; the office of a pedagogue.
- n. A petty instructiveness; a dogmatic and narrow-minded method of dealing with things.
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It was the needless pedagoguery -- the tyranny of the pluperfects, the intransitives and all the rest.
You are still trying to interpret the nuances of Diamond's latest pedagoguery-could this be a veiled invitation for you to enlist his aid in your oil futures play?
I was in no mood then for my father's insatiable pedagoguery.
But mostly we were treated to a vintage Obama Q & A, dominated as it was by the meandering pedagoguery and vain appeals to reason that have become a rather dismal hallmark of his presidency.
" On that day, however, pedagoguery gave way to concern.