- to express in epigrams.
- to make epigrams about (a person or thing).
- to make epigrams.
Also especially British, ep·i·gram·ma·tise.
Origin of epigrammatize
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Related Wordsmadcap, trickster, wag, jester, jokester, joker, comedian, comic, humorist, card, punster, farceur, quipster, cutup, epigrammatist, funster, wisecracker
Examples from the Web for epigrammatist
As an epigrammatist himself, Rogers might have been more indulgent to a consoeur.De Libris: Prose and Verse
She will say things worthy of a French epigrammatist, and act like a robin in a greenhouse.A Pair of Blue Eyes
Purple but pleasing, Denby said, with the air of an epigrammatist.Under Cover
Roi Cooper Megrue
It is recognised that life with an epigrammatist has become unendurable.Essays in Rebellion
Henry W. Nevinson
He consulted me upon it, who am a little of an epigrammatist myself, you know.Life of Johnson
- to make an epigram or epigrams (about)
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