anthology

[ an-thol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF anthology

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To select an anthology from his work were surely the pleasantest of tasks.

Selections from these, arranged in chronological order, appear in this anthology.

For these reasons we have admitted few punning epigrams into this anthology, and those only as examples of a faulty kind.

These two contributors to the "Others" Anthology write logopoeia.

The anthology displays also Mr. Williams' praiseworthy opacity.

But the Anthology, as we possess it, had not yet come into existence.

Of all the amatory poets of the Anthology, by far the noblest is Meleager.

One large section of the Anthology remains to be considered.

But the vicissitudes of the Anthology did not terminate with the labors of Cephalas.

But of all the sections of the Anthology this is certainly the least valuable.

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