Definition of Aphorists

1. Noun. (plural of aphorist) ¹



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Definition of Aphorists

1. aphorist [n] - See also: aphorist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aphorists

aphonous
aphony
aphoria
aphorise
aphorised
aphorises
aphorising
aphorism
aphorismer
aphorismers
aphorisms
aphorist
aphoristic
aphoristical
aphoristically
aphorists (current term)
aphorize
aphorized
aphorizer
aphorizers
aphorizes
aphorizing
aphotesthesia
aphotic
aphotic zone
aphotometric
aphrasia
aphrasias
aphrenia
aphrite

Literary usage of Aphorists

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1. Annals of Politics and Culture (1492-1899) by George Peabody Gooch (1905)
"... asks the Diet to accept the Interim, conceding the cup and the marriage of the clergy. The Interim leads to a fierce strife between the Adi- aphorists, ..."

2. Didactics: Social, Literary, and Political by Robert Walsh (1836)
"The aphorists and the solemn teachers of religion and morality have thrown out general maxims which possess much force and various applicability ; but there ..."

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