Definition of Didacts

1. Noun. (plural of didact) ¹



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Definition of Didacts

1. didact [n] - See also: didact

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Didacts

did the dishes
did time
did up
didact
didactic
didactic analysis
didactical
didactically
didacticism
didacticisms
didacticist
didacticists
didacticity
didactick
didactics
didacts (current term)
didactyl
didactylous
didactyls
didakai
didakais
didakei
didakeis
didal
didanosine
didapper
didappers
didascalar
didascalic

Literary usage of Didacts

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1. The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow by Isaac Barrow (1830)
"... could be subject to no other; He, saith St. Luke, didActs abide two whole years in his own hired house, and50' received all that entered in unto him, ..."

2. Arminius Vambéry: His Life and Adventures by Ármin Vámbéry (1884)
"... I certainly laboured to a great extent under this reproach, for auto- didacts can rarely fill up the gap caused by a defective primary education. ..."

3. American Electrical Cases. 1873-[1908]. (1897)
"... it was entitled to demand and require the appellee to issue the permit in question, or didActs 1890, c. 233, confer this right without such ordinance? ..."

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