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  • adjective Having the character of a religious epiphany

Etymologies

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epiphany +‎ -ic

Examples

  • He concedes the reader is always aware of the possibility of the multiplicity of meanings but "the strength is not to stay there but to go back and say 'No! This is what Achilles was like' - this what he was like in the very moment you read him, and this is what I call epiphanic".

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  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

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  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

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  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

    home

  • It is "epiphanic" -- a peak experience on the social as well as individual scale.

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