philosophic

[ fil-uh-sof-i-kuh l or fil-uh-sof-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF philosophic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHILOSOPHIC

Yet, his avocations were not so vain as our philosophic moralizing.

The Major looked at her with his air of philosophic surprise.

He achieved a staidness, and calmness, and philosophic tolerance.

The intruder accepted the situation with the most philosophic calm.

The young Comte, now twenty, was enchanted by the philosophic veteran.

This was the poetic, the philosophic, the contemplative side.

That his love of country should express itself in philosophic altruism?

But this policeman is full of philosophic superiority, disdain, and indulgence.

That painting was allied to philosophic and poetic thought is already known.

My dear Madam, I am really getting too serious, philosophic, and melancholic.

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