Definition: Morosoph (pronounced: MORO-sof); Greek; noun
1. A philosophical or educated fool.
Why I love this word:
In my perspective, being a morosoph means being at least somewhat socially awkward; trying to foist and apply theoretical principles in life, as a result of which she flunks in the realms of love, friendship and relationships, eventually stultifies himself. The problem with morosophs is that they rely a hell lot on bookish knowledge when there are a lot of things to learn from other walks of life.
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