Definition of gymnosophy in English:

gymnosophy

noun

  • See gymnosophist

    • ‘Gymnosophy was originally the doctrines of a sect of philosophers who practiced nudity and asceticism and meditation.’
    • ‘But gymnosophy, as the early practitioners called it, has always enjoyed the tolerance of liberals, including in the early days from such luminaries as George Bernard Shaw and Vera Brittain (mother of Shirley Williams).’
    • ‘Here I impart this gymnosophy (or nudist philosophy) both in words and artful pictures, which are themselves worth thousands of words.’
    • ‘It also be about that you constraint have the amply endowed gymnosophy in whisper to aid your power projecting the outlet practice upon that it will go through.’