acroamatics

plural noun
ac·​ro·​a·​mat·​ics | \ˌa-krō-ə-ˈma-tiks\

Definition of acroamatics 

: acroamatic doctrines formerly ascribed to Aristotle

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First Known Use of acroamatics

circa 1631, in the meaning defined above

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