One who instructs in a pedantic or dogmatic manner.(noun)
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Use "pedagogue" in a sentence
"Unless I’m with Sammy, and then I am “nauseated,” because he likes to play at what he calls a pedagogue and I call a smartass."
"I do not need take philosophical guidance and suggestion, nor instructions on sexual motivation, from someone who thinks that a pedagogue is a kiddy fiddler."
"And this is not because teaching is laborious -- though it _is_ laborious, and thankless, too, beyond all other occupations; but because a number and variety of causes, into which we need not inquire, have combined to throw ridicule upon him, who is derisively called the pedagogue -- for most men would rather be shot at, than laughed at."