pedagese

noun
ped·a·gese
variants: or pedaguese \¦pedə¦gēz, -gēs \
plural -s

Definition of pedagese 

: gobbledygook in the speeches or writings of educationists reads like a Fourth-of-July oration in pedagese— R. M. Hutchins turgid pedagese— H. M. Kallen convert pedagese into lucid and workmanlike EnglishAmerican Scholar

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History and Etymology for pedagese

pedagogue + -ese

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pedagogical

pedagogics

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