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- adj. episodic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as episodic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as episodic.
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What is not episodal at all is what is at stake here.
On a more episodal note, the Israelis are indignant over the fact that the Egyptian authorities allowed demonstrators to remove Israel's flag from
After about twenty minutes of viewing, we realized it was a case of déjà vu: The episodal sexist themes and recurring incidents were all too familiar.
It abounds with lively incident, pleasant bits and scenes of travel, and world-knowledge very agreeably communicated, while its episodal narratives are of the most wonder-fraught character.
An episodal narrative of the Plague is one of the most touching pieces in the whole work.
No further recommendation can be requisite; but to give the reader some idea of the vivid style in which the work is written, we detach two episodal extracts.
This makes our literature largely episodal, and this want of the race Mr. Kipling has satisfied.
"Voyage to Lisbon" had given some account of a personal experience, but in the general category it must be set down as simply episodal.
This time, though, we have a really cute cat girl as our episodal enemy.
I remember some efforts to put out episodal content based on current events - it was too early then, but the attention these timely games are getting suggests that maybe it's time for