aphoristic

[ af-uh-ris-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF aphoristic

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Many are tied up in aphoristic bundles for better preservation.

"It is rich, aphoristic, orderly, and precise" (Clifford Allbutt).

But in addition there is much wisdom and a remarkable power of casting his observations into a compact, aphoristic form.

Still, the importance of the subject requires that some points should be given, be they ever so aphoristic.

The language and style of most of these books are aphoristic, elliptical and obscure.

It is not aphoristic, but flows along in a light sparkling stream.

We have here a curious specimen of aphoristic poetry, the idea borrowed probably from the Proverbs of Solomon.

No, do not be brilliant and aphoristic, Manuel, for I want you to help me more practically in this matter.

It contains in an aphoristic form the main doctrines of the longer work.

Such dissimilar matters, coming from all quarters, were melted down into this vast body of aphoristic knowledge.

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