Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to incunabula.

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  • Unlike traditional artistic endeavours such as literature, painting or sculpture, videogames and their creation, according to Janet Murray, are still in an incunabular period.

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  • Unlike traditional artistic endeavours such as literature, painting or sculpture, videogames and their creation, according to Janet Murray, are still in an incunabular period.

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  • This world of ours is just in it's incunabular stage.

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  • The first two, called Golden Letters, were incunabular editions, and the letters also figured prominently in early collections of Pico's works, whose front-matter listed Ficino,

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  • In short, if you indeed prize your smudgy incunabular existence, it would be logical for you to quit the field and preserve for yourself and your cause what little time history will leave you. "

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