unpedantic

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adjective un·pe·dan·tic \ˌən-pi-ˈdan-tik\

Definition of unpedantic

  1. :  not narrowly, dully, or ostentatiously learned or academic :  not pedantic … a pleasantly unpedantic lesson in writing a short, coherent history of a long and confusing period. — Graham Robb

unpedantically

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1782

First Known Use of unpedantic

1782


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