from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to education; educational.


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  • Not half a mile distant was a public school, to the precincts of which flocked fifty pupils daily, each of whom paid a modest threepence a week for educationary advantages.

    An Australian Lassie Lilian Turner

  • To the professional mind, at least, it will follow from what we have said that the injury to mind properties or qualities inflicted by the invasion of disease may be partial, and must in every case be determined by laws or conditions governing the progress of disease, perhaps on the lines and in the directions which have been least well guarded by educationary influences.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881 Various

  • At Brussels a small experience befell them which gives us an entertaining glimpse of Mr. Edgeworth's educationary methods, which seem to have been still in full force.

    Maria Edgeworth 1905

  • Now the education of men is another text; but for women there can be little doubt but that the prime educationary in the laws of being is domestic service.

    In a Green Shade A Country Commentary Maurice Hewlett 1892


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