Definition of Epistolatory

1. Adjective. Written in the form of or carried on by letters or correspondence. "The epistolatory novel"

Exact synonyms: Epistolary
Similar to: Informal
Derivative terms: Epistle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epistolatory

episternums
epistilbite
epistle
epistle lesson
epistle lessons
epistled
epistler
epistlers
epistles
epistling
epistolar
epistolarian
epistolarians
epistolaries
epistolary
epistolatory (current term)
epistolean
epistoleans
epistoler
epistolers
epistolet
epistolets
epistolic
epistolical
epistolite
epistolize
epistolized
epistolizer
epistolizers
epistolizes

Literary usage of Epistolatory

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1. The District School as it was: By One who Went to it by Warren Burton (1838)
"But our attempts at the epistolatory were nothing like those spirited, and even witty, ... These epistolatory compositions generally began, continued, ..."

2. The History of England from the Accession of James II. by Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay (1856)
"I will therefore transcribe the titlepage. “An epistolatory ... Dr. Clarke, In a Letter to Dodwell (1706,) says that this epistolatory Discourse is “a book ..."

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