Definition of Aphorismic. Meaning of Aphorismic. Synonyms of Aphorismic

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Definition of Aphorismic

Aphorismic
Aphorismatic Aph`o*ris*mat"ic, Aphorismic Aph`o*ris"mic, a. Pertaining to aphorisms, or having the form of an aphorism.

Meaning of Aphorismic from wikipedia

- An aphorism (from Gr**** ἀφορισμός: aphorismos, denoting 'delimitation', 'distinction', and 'definition') is a concise, terse, laconic, or memorable expression...
- YOLO is the acronym of the phrase "you only live once". Along the same lines as the Latin "carpe diem" ("seize the day"), it is a call to live life to...
- The Bed of Procrustes: Philosophical and Practical Aphorisms is a philosophy book by N****im Nicholas Taleb written in the aphoristic style. It was first...
- Aphorisms is an EP by post-rock band Red Sparowes, released on Amazon.com as a digital download on July 9, 2008. It was also released a few days later...
- The Zürau Aphorisms (German: Die Zürauer Aphorismen) are 109 aphorisms of Franz Kafka, written from September 1917 to April 1918 and published by his friend...
- "All models are wrong" is a common aphorism in statistics; it is often expanded as "All models are wrong, but some are useful". It is usually considered...
- Time Is Money is an aphorism that originated in "Advice to a Young Tradesman", an essay by Benjamin Franklin that appeared in George Fisher’s 1748 book...
- Blood and Aphorisms is the first EP by the band As Tall As Lions which was self-released in 2002. Some of the songs were later re-recorded for the album...
- Carpe diem is a Latin aphorism, usually (though questionably) translated "seize the day", taken from book 1 of the Roman poet Horace's work Odes (23 BC)...
- a more commonplace explanation is more likely. It is shorthand for the aphorism coined in the late 1940s by Theodore Woodward, professor at the University...
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