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epigram /'epigræm/
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Concise Dictionary
epigrams'epɪgræm
noun
+a witty saying
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 witticism, bon mot, quip, mot, turn of phrase, jeu d'esprit, Atticism; pun, double entendre, jeu de mots, play on words, equivoque; paronomasia:
His epigram characterizing Eskimos as 'God's frozen people' was widely quoted.
2 proverb, aphorism, maxim, saw, saying, adage, apophthegm or apothegm:
'Nothing succeeds like success' is his favourite epigram.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a short poem or phrase that expresses an idea in a clever or amusing way
epigrammatic adjective


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