Antonyms for episodic

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This episodic discussion ended, the story of the will is resumed.

I think it is just to say that the religious picture is not episodic.

Its application has always had an accidental, impartial, episodic character.

But of simple plots and actions, the episodic are the worst.

The sum of his episodic rambling on Brian's tongue was appalling.

It is a weak book, full of episodic power and overloaded with wit.

The possibilities of episodic love have been hotly explored, its rights have been defended, its spiritual joys have been sung.

The episodic irregularities of the evening beginning with the Lindon Evening News had reached unheard of climax.

There are, in addition, examples which occur only in the Return, and in certain other episodic passages.

So that the episodic, incomplete view of him, which I recommend to other casual readers, is unphilosophic and amateurish.

WORD ORIGIN

1711, from episode + -ic. Episodical is from 1660s.

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