verb (used with object), ep·i·gram·ma·tized, ep·i·gram·ma·tiz·ing.
verb (used without object), ep·i·gram·ma·tized, ep·i·gram·ma·tiz·ing.
Examples from the Web for epigrammatist
As an epigrammatist himself, Rogers might have been more indulgent to a consoeur.De Libris: Prose and Verse|Austin Dobson
As a matter of fact Page 263he was rather an epigrammatist than a poet, his ambition being to be known as the Dutch Martial.A Wanderer in Holland|E. V. Lucas
The poet Dryden, and the epigrammatist Owen, celebrated him in still briefer verse.William Gilbert, and Terrestial Magnetism in the Time of Queen Elizabeth|Silvanus P. Thompson
He consulted me upon it, who am a little of an epigrammatist myself, you know.Life of Johnson|James Boswell
Louis Bartk (b. 1851) is a remarkable satirist and epigrammatist (Krpti emlkek).