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- adj. Relating to aphorisms, or having the form of an aphorism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to aphorisms; having the form of an aphorism; containing aphorisms. An equivalent form is aphorismatic.
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That sets the key, so to speak; that ensures that the Universe shall come flowing in, not in a continuous rush, but in aphorismic drops.
When he gets out of this aphorismic metre into a sentence of five or six lines long, nothing can exceed the slovenliness of the English.
An aphorismic infrastructure pervades the Harrison camp.
In Lincoln, we see a somewhat coarse Midwestern lawyer who uses folksy, aphorismic anecdotes to disarm his opponents.
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