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


\¦pedə¦gēz, -gēs\

Definition of pedagese



  1. :  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 English — American Scholar

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Origin and Etymology of pedagese

pedagogue + -ese

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capable of being understood in two ways

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