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  • n. An epigrammatist.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. An epigrammatist.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See epigramist.


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  • Since the third and fourth decades of our century, in other words, since the epoch of the Reform Bill and the Chartist agitation, satire has more and more tended to lose its acid and its venom, to slough the dark sardonic sarcasm of past days and to don the light sportive garb of the social humorist and epigrammist.

    English Satires

  • In fact, the concluding interview is with epigrammist Ashleigh Brilliant, a man who shares sentences like "Let's love one another, and get it over with."

    The New York Observer -

  • He noted that his friend J.V. Cunningham, the epigrammist, was an expert on horse racing (if memory serves), and when he was surprised that I knew of Cunningham I had to explain that I learned of him from his anthology.

    dbqp: visualizing poetics


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