educational

[ ej-oo-key-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF educational
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He insists strongly on the importance of mathematics as an educational instrument.

This aim being accomplished, his educational career is over.

It was altruistic he knew, gentle he was sure, educational he was positive.

They have come to be educational agencies of the first importance.

They were not in favor of it unless there could be an educational qualification.

The principal work of this early suffrage society was educational.

Education: All educational advantages are the same for both sexes.

The Educational Department, with day and evening classes, has 15,000 enrolled.

Let somebody else stand the expense of his educational blunders.

From Japan to India there is industrial, educational, political ferment.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "due to education;" 1831, "pertaining to education;" from education + -al (1). Related: Educationally.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EDUCATIONAL

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adjectivecultivating
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