noun, plural e·piph·a·nies.
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Origin of epiphany
OTHER WORDS FROM epiphanyep·i·phan·ic [ep-uh-fan-ik], /ˌɛp əˈfæn ɪk/, e·piph·a·nous, adjective
How to use epiphany in a sentence
It’s the heat of that epiphany that stays with the reader long after reading the last sentence.Dantiel W. Moniz’s ‘Milk Blood Heat’ thrums with life while considering death|Michele Filgate|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
“For most users, that’s an epiphany because they’ve never seen these numbers before, and the math required — even if you do it in Excel — the math required to figure that out is beyond most people,” Georgiev says.Charlie launches a mobile app that ‘gamifies’ getting out of debt|Sarah Perez|January 27, 2021|TechCrunch
If anything, Rihm says, Armada could have been more bullish after that epiphany.
Yet some said Twelfth Day cut her out, for she came all royal and glittering and Epiphanous.The Pearl Story Book|Various