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Definition of "solomonic" []

  • 10th century bc, king of Israel, son of David and Bathsheba, credited with great wisdom (noun)

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Use "solomonic" in a sentence
  • "That seems to be why, even though they're not exactly solomonic judgments from a seasoned specialist, the book is being taken quite seriously in academic and literary circles, where secular liberalism is indeed orthodoxy."
  • "There were trunks open like ogives, through the orifices of which shone the blue sky; monstrous serpents coiled in groups like the spirals of a solomonic column; gigantic negroes, heads down and hands on the ground, the roots like fingers thrust deep into the soil, their feet in the air, grotesque stems with bunches of leaves springing from them."
  • "So, I dunno … with my usual solomonic dispassion as a neutral bystander, I would just say this to the Air Force: Grow up."
  • "He isoclinal to er alexic solomonic phon at unblushingly methotrexate, and he puts that whippersnapper to turtledove in his sibilation."
  • "Tell us, Oil_Slick - does your solomonic wisdom also include any reference to evidence that most poor people are stupid and lazy?"