from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A collection of excerpts from written texts, especially works of literature.
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- n. A collection of flowers
- n. An anthology
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as florilege, 2.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an anthology of short literary pieces and poems and ballads etc.
Note 18: A florilegium is basically the contents of someone's memory, set forth as a kind of study-guide for the formation of others 'memories ....
Like the florilegium, the practice of aedificatio built personal character and established guiding principles for everyday life.
SIGLO: FREEDOM - a florilegium of old and new writers and illustrators, edited by Vin and myself
When Josh asked me to make a Sarah Palin florilegium, I didn't blink.
This is the Balkan - a florilegium of contradictions within contraventions, the mawkish and the jaded, the charitable and the deleterious, the feckless and the bumptious, evanescent and exotic,
But let us close our florilegium and attempt to illustrate Jargon by the converse method of taking a famous piece of English (say Hamlets soliloquy) and remoulding a few lines of it in this fashion: To be, or the contrary?
Florilegia (Lat., florilegium, an anthology) are systematic collections of excerpts (more or less copious) from the works of the
14 To prepare their sons for this challenge, Leonardo and Federico each bequeathed a florilegium.
8Pedagogically, a florilegium enabled students to envision memory as a garden, carefully plotted for seeds and cuttings collected from other exemplary lives and works.
That the Damascene was really the compiler of the "Sacra Parallela", and that he used as his principal source the "Capita theologica", a florilegium of Maximus Confessor, has been maintained recently with much learning and skill (against
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