from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or written in paragraphs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or consisting of, a paragraph or paragraphs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by division into paragraphs: exhibiting frequent breaks in writing.
- Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a paragraph or brief notice; consisting of paragraphs; also, writing or contributing paragraphs.
- Relating to or affected with paragraphia.
"Coelura, " and the display printed reluctantly word by word instead of paragraphic speed, -a passive ovoid aerial life form once indigenous to the northeastern group of islands known as the Oriolis group.
Every year has its paragraphic entries, more or less full.
That perennial interest which mankind and womankind evince in every individual whose name, for whatever reason, has become familiar, supplies a basis for an inexhaustible series of light paragraphic articles.
But Mr. Crockett in the great rank of letters is 'as just and mere a serving-man as any born of woman,' and there has been as much banging of the paragraphic drum concerning him, and as assured a proclamation of his mastership, as if every high quality of genius were recognisable in him at a glance.
Each of these eight characteristics has either been mentioned already or will be taken up in detail later, so now we can combine them into a single paragraphic definition:
'Cause I got the para --, I said the paragraphic, I mean the column conductin 'blues.
Mr. Stanton has for years conducted a column of verse and humorous paragraphic comment, under the heading "Just from Georgia," on the editorial page of the "Constitution."
Mr. Crane suffered from the same digestive troubles that confined Florence to terrapin and champagne and Field to coffee and pies, and so the state of his health was a constant source of paragraphic sympathy in “Sharps and Flats.”
The habit had grown on Field of introducing his paragraphic skits with such
He preferred to invent paragraphic pleasantries for the world at large and indulge his personal humor in the office, at home, or with personal friends.