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Definition of "epigraphic" [ep•i•graph•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to an epigraph or to epigraphy (adjective)

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Use "epigraphic" in a sentence
  • "If her affection for rich, epigraphic lines sometimes tempts her to sound pretentious, more often she writes the kind of lovely, wise phrases that will have you underlining passages."
  • "Scholars seem disappointed to "find that the records (mostly epigraphic) of these countries do not furnish much information on different economic professions, nor is there any reference to a Khmer or any other coinage, though one can hardly doubt the circulation of coinage on the progressive economic life in those countries.""
  • "It is also an excellent survey of all the sources (literary and epigraphic) that mention Berenice."