ETYM Greek, from didaskein to teach; akin to Latin docere to teach: cf. French didactique. Related to Docile.
Instructive especially excessively; SYN. didactical.
Intended or intending to teach; moral.
Didactic; pertaining to education or teaching.
Enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement; SYN. enlightening.
1. Providing knowledge
2. Relating to the process of education
ETYM Cf. French éducatif.
Resulting in education.
ETYM Cf. French instructif.
Serving to instruct of enlighten or inform; SYN. informative.
Indicating means whereby.
ETYM French, from Italian moralis, from mos, moris, manner, custom, habit, way of life, conduct.
1. Arising from the sense of right and wrong.
2. Concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles.
3. Psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect.
4. Relating to principles of right and wrong; i.e. to morals or ethics.
Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction rather than actual evidence.
ETYM Latin sentenciosus: cf. French sentencieux.
Abounding in or given to pompous or aphoristic moralizing.
Full of meaning; aphoristic; tending to moralize.