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- adv. In a manner suggesting of an epigram.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the way of epigram; in an epigrammatic style.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an epigrammatic manner or style; tersely and pointedly.
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"Ethiopia is the country of the future," Birtukan Midekssa would often say epigrammatically.
The Talmud suggests this idea epigrammatically: “Jerusalem was only destroyed because judgments were given strictly upon Biblical Law and did not go beyond the requirements of the law”.
I suppose that the problem could be epigrammatically put in terms of the old joke: 'If we are put on earth to be good to other people, what are the other people put on earth for?'
I wasn't sure if he was speaking epigrammatically or flirtatiously.
“It is, and it is not,” he answered, epigrammatically.
‘I have had the honour, by a coincidence of which I am proud, to have made a remark, similar in effect, though not so epigrammatically expressed.’
Page 305, Volume 2 and in a letter of 1547 expressed epigrammatically:
George Bernard Shaw had some truth when he remarked epigrammatically that nobody knew whether Christianity would work because no generation had ever tried it.
American administration much to our advantage, saying tersely and epigrammatically that the Spaniards promised much and accomplished little, while the Americans promised little and accomplished much.
To put the matter epigrammatically, when the arts are added together, one plus one does not equal two, but only one again.