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Definition of stoic:

  1. A disciple of the philosopher Zeno, who taught that men should subdue all passion, conform to reason, and accept the inevitable.

Common misspellings for stoic:

stoid, sgoic, syoic, suoic.


Google Ngram Viewer results for stoic:

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Examples of usage for stoic:

  1. The man was taking his punishment like a Stoic – Jane Oglander by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  2. Not a few of us, too, must feel that the stoic fortitude Maeterlinck would have us show when our loved ones die will seem less divine than the passionate despair once breathed into tearful numbers for lost Mystes. – Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck by Jethro Bithell

Quotes for stoic:

  1. An aristocratic culture does not advertise its emotions. In its forms of expression it is sober and reserved. Its general attitude is stoic.
  2. But then my mother, who's a very selfless, stoic person from a family of Marines, would tell us that what was good for our father was good for us- he would make more money; therefore, we'd be able to get better educations.

Rhymes for stoic:

  1. heroic, dichroic;
  2. cenozoic, mesozoic;
  3. paleozoic;