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literary composition

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. imaginative or creative writing

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Examples

  • When admitted to the Kreuzschule of Dresden, the young student, however, distinguished himself by his very great talent for literary composition and the classical languages.

    The Great German Composers

  • In considering his subsequent history, we are to take into account that it was upon the brain and nerve-power, thus exhausted by early excess, that the draughts of sudden and rapid literary composition began to be made.

    Lady Byron Vindicated

  • Hence it is that the more reflecting among Christian critics, whatever be their views as to the literary composition of the Pentateuch, are at one in asserting that the Pentateuchal laws, even those of a ceremonial character, are traceable back to Moses as their founder; hence, too, the peculiar psychological phenomenon all through Israel's history, that observance of the law or any of its parts was superior to

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

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