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He knew her well enough to know that she never made use of the method epigrammatic without good reason.WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
"Oh, epigrammatic sentences expressive of moral feelings or virtues," replied my neighbour easily.PENELOPE'S EXPERIENCES IN SCOTLANDKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
"Epigrammatic," said the King, shaking his finger sadly at him.THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
This brought the council of war to a really epigrammatic ending, and Lady Dover rose with her customary speech.THE ANGEL OF PAINE. F. BENSON
We next note a contact with the "Yellow Book," a dip into "cleverness," into the epigrammatic genre, the bare epigrammatic style.INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
Many of his epigrammatic sayings have passed into proverbs: for example, that “genius is but a supreme capacity for taking pains.”SELECTIONS FROM PREVIOUS WORKSSAMUEL BUTLER
We laughed amazingly at your epigrammatic witticisms; your reputation is already established here.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 57, NO. 356, JUNE, 1845VARIOUS
The style is noticeable for epigrammatic wit and wisdom in the lighter scene, and for dramatic power in the serious ones.PEPITA XIMENEZJUAN VALERA
Huxley was a forceful and epigrammatic writer, and had a command of English second to no scientist that England has ever produced.LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT - VOLUME 12ELBERT HUBBARD
I shall add a few words, of necessity almost epigrammatic, upon his work and character.THE BEST OF THE WORLD'S CLASSICS, RESTRICTED TO PROSE, VOL. X (OF X) - AMERICA - II, INDEXVARIOUS

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