Word of the day- PEDANTIC


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Ø giving too much attention to formal rules or small details

Ø perfectionist; punctilious

Ø ostentatious in one's learning.

Eg.:The administrators must simplify the process and tell referees to be less pedantic.

Eg.: Blockchain technologies in their current form may run afoul of the most literal interpretation of the law, but neither the legal system nor the technology are that pedantic.

Eg.: Professor Harris had a narrow, pedantic approach to history that put us to sleep.
Eg.: I am sorry to appear to be pedantic but it is important to get clear what we are talking about and the difficulties involved.

Eg.: As a grammar teacher, it is hard for me to not review everything with a pedantic eye. 
Word of the day- PEDANTIC Word of the day- PEDANTIC Reviewed by 3vs of Hanisha on April 12, 2018 Rating: 5

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