Adjective : His sermons were richly aphoristic. From Dictionary.com.
Or, more aphoristically: "Great wealth makes great garbage.". From Wordnik.com. [Local Dumpster-Diving Lore: Wealth and Waste Are Wed] Reference
Instead, I would just need to make some aphoristically cute atmospheric point. From Wordnik.com. [Neil McCarthy: Sounds of Silence] Reference
And I suspect Yogi would be impressed for being considered in the same league, aphoristically speaking. From Wordnik.com. [dustbury.com » Prediction is hard, especially about the future] Reference
Exupéry The Little Prince wrote aphoristically of the power of anticipation, and what human event can begin to equal the arrival of a new baby?. From Wordnik.com. [Gentle Healing for Baby and Child] Reference
Hi Raman, I had just reacted to your aforesaid sentence as I thought that saying something like this aphoristically should ideally be backed by sound arguments. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2008-12-01] Reference
An attentive consideration of the above circumstances leads me to certain conclusions which I shall now state aphoristically, and proceed to describe in more detail. From Wordnik.com. [Notes and Queries, Number 236, May 6, 1854 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc] Reference
He is explaining -- sometimes elliptically, aphoristically, through metaphors, jokes and old folk wisdom -- why "the economic crisis has barely begun," why indeed we seem to have entered the Age of the Black Swan. From Wordnik.com. [Christopher Lydon: Nassim Nicholas Taleb: The "Fragility" Crisis is Just Begun] Reference
Make the tree good, our Lawgiver aphoristically said. From Wordnik.com. [Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)] Reference
And Levin's social conscience often expresses itself aphoristically. From Wordnik.com. [Charlottesville Blogs] Reference
'' Usbands is cautions, 'owever good they are,' said Mrs. Kemp, aphoristically. From Wordnik.com. [Liza of Lambeth] Reference
On the other, the aphoristically formulated doctrine swarms with theological inconsistencies. From Wordnik.com. [Selected Essays] Reference
I fancy mankind may come, in time, to write all aphoristically, except in narrative; grow weary of preparation, and connection, and illustration, and all those arts by which a big book is made. From Wordnik.com. [Life of Johnson]
The anology between Nietzsche and Twitter goes beyond just a phrase found in his notebooks as a lot of his books are written aphoristically and he has written a great deal on the use if this "style". From Wordnik.com. [Masters of Media, New Media MA Amsterdam] Reference
This observation has frequently been interpreted, aphoristically, as a fiat of silence, a prohibition against the use of the ordinary tools of culture to address the extraordinary, inassimilable fact of genocide. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Global Home] Reference
It is not enough to state aphoristically his subversive insight - that the virtues would not exist without the evils they correct: he needs narrative and imagery to engrave his argument on the reader's imagination. From Wordnik.com. [Culture | guardian.co.uk] Reference
That the most remarkable geological relations may be the more easily seized, I shall treat aphoristically, in different sections, the configuration of the soil, the general division of the land, the direction and inclination of the beds and the nature of the primitive, intermediary, secondary and tertiary rocks. From Wordnik.com. [Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 3] Reference
Only relatively few general thoughts are really scientifically developed; by far the larger part is treated rather empirically and aphoristically; Aristotle expressly renounces all attempts at scientific strictness of demonstration and development, for the reason that, in his view, the subject does not admit of this, but only of probability. From Wordnik.com. [Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.] Reference
That sage, himself an essayist and who had lived among our essayists, fancied that "mankind may come in time to write all aphoristically;" and so athirst was that first of our great moral biographers for the details of human life and the incidental characteristics of individuals, that he was desirous of obtaining anecdotes without preparation or connexion. From Wordnik.com. [Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)] Reference
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