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Definition of "medallic" []

  • Of, or pertaining to, medals or a medal. (adjective)

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Use "medallic" in a sentence
  • "Again, since the invention of printing, there is longer reason in giving coins a medallic character."
  • "In earlier incarnations of Sisyphus whose images can be found in the link below, especially in her medallic work, there is a higher degree of relief and, therefore, more of a boundary between man and what obsesses him."
  • "McAdam Freud's latest incantation of Sisyphus, more amorphous than its medallic counterpart, which makes palpable the conceptual roots of Sigmund Freud's repetition compulsion."