epigrammatist

[ ep-i-gram-uh-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF epigrammatist
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As an epigrammatist himself, Rogers might have been more indulgent to a consoeur.

She will say things worthy of a French epigrammatist, and act like a robin in a greenhouse.

Purple but pleasing, Denby said, with the air of an epigrammatist.

It is recognised that life with an epigrammatist has become unendurable.

He consulted me upon it, who am a little of an epigrammatist myself, you know.

The poet Dryden, and the epigrammatist Owen, celebrated him in still briefer verse.

He had an astonishing memory, was brilliant as an epigrammatist, was a great reader and a most genial companion.

“Nay, do not give up all hope,” retorted the epigrammatist scornfully.

I shall only give you now a light skirmish out of an epigrammatist, your special good friend, and so, vale.

In this sense the epigrammatist was right who said that 'to Newman his own nature was a revelation which he called conscience.'

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