- of or relating to King Solomon.
- wise or reasonable in character: a Solomonic decision.
Also Sol·o·mo·ni·an [sol-uh-moh-nee-uh n, -mohn-yuh n] /ˌsɒl əˈmoʊ ni ən, -ˈmoʊn yən/.
Origin of Solomonic
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Could the beloved monarchy broker some kind of Solomonic solution?Thai Election Not Likely To Resolve Protests
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The results can quickly be converted to a Solomonic judgment as to whether someone is burnt.Study Says Doctors More Burned Out Than Others, But It’s Not Really a Malady
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The Supreme Court's decision in Arizona v. United States is not getting a lot of love, but it seems to me Solomonic.The Arizona Immigration Decision
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He appears to be a true Solomonic philosopher and naturalist.
Death, in the Solomonic proverbs, 81; in the Zoroastrian religion, 82.
"That is what I call Solomonic jurisprudence," exclaimed the philosopher.Bohemians of the Latin Quarter</p>
The side chambers in the Solomonic temple were fastened on the house with timber of cedar (1 Kings vi:10).The Prophet Ezekiel
Arno C. Gaebelein
"The time to go sword fishin' is when sword fish are due," he insisted with Solomonic wisdom.