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PEDA’NTICALLY. adv.

PEDA'NTICALLY. adv.

PEDA’NTICALLY. adv. [from pedantical.] With awkward
ostentation of literature.
The earl of Roscommon has excellently rendered it;
too faithfully is, indeed, pedantically; ‘tis a faith like that,
which proceeds from superstition. Dryden.