didactic definition

  • adjective:
    • designed to teach.
    • Morally instructive.
    • Inclined to teach or moralize too much.
    • Instructive or designed to show or demonstrate, specifically pertaining to morality. (I.e., didactic poetry)
    • exceptionally moralizing.
    • training from textbooks instead of laboratory demonstration and clinical application.
    • Fitted or designed to show; conveying training; preceptive; instructive; training some ethical class.
    • extremely susceptible to instruct, also those that never desire to be instructed; -- of people.
    • instructive (especially overly)
    • Intended to teach.
    • Morally instructive.
    • Inclined to show or moralize too much.
    • Instructive or intended to teach or show, specially regarding morality. (I.e., didactic poetry)
    • overly moralizing.
    • training from textbooks versus laboratory demonstration and clinical application.
    • Fitted or intended to instruct; conveying training; preceptive; instructive; teaching some ethical lesson.
    • excessively prone to instruct, even people who do not desire to be instructed; -- of individuals.
    • instructive (especially overly)
  • noun:
    • A treatise on teaching or training.
    • A treatise on teaching or training.
    • A treatise on training.
    • A treatise on training or knowledge.
    • A treatise on training or training.
    • A treatise on training.
  • others:
    • Fitted or meant for training; containing doctrines, precepts, principles, or guidelines; instructive; expository; edifying: as, a didactic treatise; didactic poetry.
    • related to instruction; of an edifying quality, character, or way; used in or given to exposition: because, a didactic design; didactic practices; a didactic lecturer.
    • Fitted or meant for training; containing doctrines, precepts, principles, or rules; instructive; expository; edifying: because, a didactic treatise; didactic poetry.
    • regarding instruction; of an edifying high quality, personality, or manner; used in or fond of exposition: since, a didactic style; didactic practices; a didactic lecturer.

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