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Correct spelling:
philosophic
Definition:
Alt. of Philosophical

Synonyms:

adjective
all
philosophic, philosophical.
learned
esoteric, cultivated, accomplished, abstruse, grave, versed, skilled, educated, brainy, studious, in the know, literate, scholarly, well-read, literary, pedantic, well-grounded, bookish, philosophical, professorial, experienced, sound, sharp, highbrow, intellectual, solemn, omniscient, lettered, expert, polymath, pansophic, well-rounded, recondite, well-educated, cultured, Grounded, posted, scientific, sage, conversant, solid, academic, studied.
patient
gentle, uncomplaining, forbearing, serene, understanding, mild-tempered, calm, forgiving, submissive, persevering, persistent, lenient, easy-going, tolerant, mild, untiring, meek, long-suffering, even-tempered, self-possessed, indulgent, accommodating, quiet.
pert
philosophic, philosophical.
philosophical/philosophic
enduring, thoughtful, logical, cool, sapient, tranquil, judicious, impassive, cool as cucumber, patient, rational, deep, sagacious, composed, imperturbable, wise, unagitated, pensive, reflective, learned, unmoved, theoretical, abstract, profound, collected, cogitative, unruffled, unflappable, commonsensical, erudite, stoical, resigned.
rational
discerning, sober, levelheaded, deductive, reasoning, stable, intelligent, enlightened, all there, lucid, perspicacious, deliberate, reasonable, cognitive, impartial, far-sighted, synthetic, normal, prudent, knowing, together, sensible, analytical, objective, cerebral, balanced, well-advised, thinking, circumspect, discriminating, sane, ratiocinative.
ruminative
contemplative, in brown study, speculative, ruminative, in a brown study, excogitative.
sagacious
brilliant, expert, intelligent, adept, intellectual, authoritative, master, sagacious, genius, wise, scholarly.
thoughtful
engrossed, serious, deliberative, reflecting, subjective, lost in thought, attentive, earnest, retrospective, musing, pondering, intent, Museful, ruminative, melancholy, wistful, meditative, keen, calculating, rapt, farsighted, absorbed, preoccupied.
well-informed
learned.
noun
pensive
profound, learned, sapient, thoughtful.
philosophic
ideological, ideologic, philosophical, unemotional.
Examples of usage:
  1. It was sometimes easier to be philosophic by dreaming of days when the positions should be reversed. – Captain Jim by Mary Grant Bruce
  2. Two of Webster's favorite types, the meditative murderer or philosophic ruffian, and the impulsive impostor who is liable to collapse into the likeness of a passionate penitent, will remind the reader how much better they appear in tragedies which are carried through to their natural tragic end. – The Age of Shakespeare by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  3. The philosophic truth is the same. – Read-Aloud Plays by Horace Holley
  4. The brigadier alone was philosophic: his natural gaiety would not allow of depression: his manly spirit would not collapse against the ruling of the laws of chance. – On the Heels of De Wet by The Intelligence Officer

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