epigram[ ep-i-gram ]SEE DEFINITION OF epigram
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPIGRAM
Oddly enough, this last Cockney epigram clings to my memory.
It is sometimes an epigram, and at worst it is never a quotation.
It's a common melodrama with bits of wit and epigram stuck on to it!
The epigram, with its faint whiff of the eighties, meant nothing.
I remember his epigram: 'Once I was the son of my father; now I am the father of my son.'
There is little point—that is, there is no epigram—in the 'Trial.'
Mendelssohn seeking an epigram had stumbled into a dubious oracle.
"I wasn't thinking," he answered, searching guiltily for an epigram.
A war is undertaken for an epigram or a distich, as in Europe for a duchy.
I asked him to be more explicit, and he amplified his epigram into: "Pekingese."