cyclic

[ sahy-klik, sik-lik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cyclic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CYCLIC

There is clearly some cyclic factor in the situation which we do not yet understand.

Again some cyclic factor in the situation remains to be worked out.

Another fact strikes the observer: the cyclic march of evolution.

But we now see it was beyond any doubt part of a cyclic work.

The Cyclic poems are certainly the production of a late and changed age?

It is admitted that the poets did not in the same way "expurgate" the "Cyclic" epics.

Let others try to reconcile the Cyclic fragments, or vindicate the Catalogue of ships.

In the latter case the motion is said to be cyclic, in the former acyclic.

The atmospheric changes may have been either progressive or cyclic, or both.

It is in the Cyclic poems that we should naturally seek for materials to enlarge, expound, or correct Homer.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CYCLIC

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.