gnomic meaning

Pronunciation:   "gnomic" in a sentence
  • Adjective: gnomic  nowmik
    1. Relating to or containing gnomes
      "gnomic verse"

    See also: gnome

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  1. Early religious and gnomic verse is also usually anonymous.
  2. Balanchine was famous for his gnomic observations about the connectedness of music and dance.
  3. According to Ullmann, it was this somewhat gnomic remark that won her heart.
  4. As a gnomic writer Daniel approaches Chapman, but is more musical and coherent.
  5. More recent interpretations have disputed this gnomic exhortation.

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