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Gnomic

Gnom´ic
a.1.Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
A city long famous as the seat of elegiac and gnomic poetry.
- G. R. Lewes.
Gnomic Poets
Greek poets, as Theognis and Solon, of the sixth century B. C., whose writings consist of short sententious precepts and reflections.
Adj.1.gnomic - relating to or containing gnomes; "gnomic verse"
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