Antonyms
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1. philosophical

adjective. ['ˌfɪləˈsɑːfɪkəl'] of or relating to philosophy or philosophers.

Antonyms

  • moving

Etymology

  • -ical (English)
  • philosophy (English)
  • philosophie (Anglo-Norman)

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Example sentences of the word philosophical


1. Adjective
Others talk only once every few days, spending an hour or two in deep philosophical conversation.

Quotes containing the word philosophical


1. Some major writers have a huge impact, like Ayn Rand, who to my mind is a lousy fiction writer because her writing has no compassion and virtually no humor. She has a philosophical and economical message that she is passing off as fiction, but it really isn't fiction at all.
- Theodore Sturgeon

2. There are men so philosophical that they can see humor in their own toothaches. But there has never lived a man so philosophical that he could see the toothache in his own humor.
- H. L. Mencken

3. I believe that my art gets across the point that I'm in this morality theater trying to help the underdog, and I'm speaking socially here, showing concern and making psychological and philosophical statements for the underdog.
- Jeff Koons

2. philosophical

adjective. ['ˌfɪləˈsɑːfɪkəl'] characterized by the attitude of a philosopher; meeting trouble with level-headed detachment.

Synonyms

  • philosophic

Antonyms

  • unemotionality
  • passionate

Etymology

  • -ical (English)
  • philosophy (English)
  • philosophie (Anglo-Norman)
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