epigrammatic

[ ep-i-gruh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF epigrammatic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPIGRAMMATIC

He measured its value by its piquancy, by its adaptability to epigrammatic rhymes.

"Epigrammatic," said the King, shaking his finger sadly at him.

In epigrammatic power, it was the strongest summary of the demands of the South.

At Twickenham penned his caustic verse Epigrammatic, smooth and terse.

Like most of his vocation, he was sparing of speech, and epigrammatic after his fashion.

They were often graceful and epigrammatic, but always sterling in their value and full of thought.

The negro is not witty or consciously humorous, or epigrammatic.

His early humour is not epigrammatic, but cumulative and extensive.

"I choose death," he said, adopting the Wyandot's epigrammatic manner.

Mrs. Poyser is too epigrammatic; her wisdom smells of the lamp.

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