Morosoph Mo"ro*soph, n. [Gr. mo^ros foolish + sofo`s wise. See also {sophomore}.] A philosophical or learned fool. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • morosoph — mo·ro·soph …   English syllables

  • morosoph — noun a learned fool • Hypernyms: ↑fool, ↑sap, ↑saphead, ↑muggins, ↑tomfool …   Useful english dictionary

  • saphead — noun a person who lacks good judgment • Syn: ↑fool, ↑sap, ↑muggins, ↑tomfool • Derivationally related forms: ↑fool (for: ↑fool) • …   Useful english dictionary

  • morosophist — noun see morosoph …   Useful english dictionary

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