In the grand scheme, this bill is not as significant as the epochal legislation of the 1930s and 1960s.
His deficiencies and self-doubts, amid his epochal mission of liberation, are precisely what make him interesting.
But even his dying was epochal—everything about this amazing writer resonates.
Physics—and, indeed, the rest of the world—stands at the cusp of an epochal change.
Observe, then, that Davy made his epochal experiment of melting ice by friction when he was a youth of twenty.
The silence lengthened until it became acute, epochal, climactic.
It was a bright morning; the week just ended had been, in a sense, epochal, and Wheaton resolved to go to church.
The 1914 catalogue was epochal in the life of this big farmer.
The present civilization has reached this epochal—this transition—period.
In 1868, Westinghouse made his epochal invention, the railway air-brake.