Last modified on 28 May 2014, at 01:14

unscholastic

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ scholastic

AdjectiveEdit

unscholastic (comparative more unscholastic, superlative most unscholastic)

  1. Not scholastic.
    • 1901, Anna Chapin Ray, Teddy: Her Book[1]:
      Both characteristics were so well developed that the hours they spent in the schoolroom were chiefly devoted to exploits of a most unscholastic nature.
    • 1903, Lucy H. M. Soulsby, Stray Thoughts for Girls[2]:
      You are not free, yet, to be as useful at home as you would like to be; your mother has to do without a daughter, to a large extent, or to avail herself of one with the uncomfortable feeling that the daughter is losing valuable time thereby, and probably is considering herself a martyr in having to do unscholastic duties.