gnomic definition

  • adjective:
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Of, or concerning gnomes.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • Mysterious and frequently incomprehensible yet apparently wise.
    • Of, or concerning gnomes.
    • Of, or regarding gnomes.
    • Mysterious and sometimes incomprehensible however seemingly smart.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached ideas; aphoristic.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • mystical and sometimes incomprehensible yet apparently smart.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached ideas; aphoristic.
    • Of, or relating to gnomes.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • Mysterious and often incomprehensible however seemingly sensible.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • associated with or containing gnomes
    • concerning or containing gnomes
    • relating to or containing gnomes
    • associated with or containing gnomes
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Of, or relating to gnomes.
    • mystical and often incomprehensible however apparently smart.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Of, or regarding gnomes.
    • Mysterious and sometimes incomprehensible however seemingly sensible.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached ideas; aphoristic.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Of, or associated with gnomes.
    • mystical and frequently incomprehensible yet apparently sensible.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • Of, or associated with gnomes.
    • mystical and sometimes incomprehensible yet apparently sensible.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached ideas; aphoristic.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • Of, or concerning gnomes.
    • relating to or containing gnomes
    • concerning or containing gnomes
    • Mysterious and frequently incomprehensible however apparently sensible.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached ideas; aphoristic.
    • regarding or containing gnomes
    • concerning or containing gnomes
    • concerning or containing gnomes
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic style.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • Marked by aphorisms; aphoristic: gnomic verse; a gnomic design.
    • Of, or regarding gnomes.
    • Of, or regarding gnomes.
    • mystical and sometimes incomprehensible yet seemingly sensible.
    • mystical and often incomprehensible yet apparently sensible.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • regarding or containing gnomes
    • Of, or concerning gnomes.
    • Mysterious and frequently incomprehensible yet apparently smart.
    • Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.
    • regarding or containing gnomes
    • associated with or containing gnomes
  • others:
    • Containing or dealing in maxims; sententious.
    • Containing or dealing in maxims; sententious.
    • In grammar, utilized in maxims or basic statements; put on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • In sentence structure, found in maxims or general statements; placed on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted as a type of gnomonic.
    • In sentence structure, found in maxims or basic statements; placed on show a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • A contracted kind of gnomonic.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • In grammar, used in maxims or basic statements; put on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted type of gnomonic.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • Containing or dealing in maxims; sententious.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • In sentence structure, found in maxims or basic statements; placed on show a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • In sentence structure, utilized in maxims or basic statements; placed on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • In grammar, used in maxims or general statements; placed on show a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • A contracted type of gnomonic.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • In grammar, found in maxims or general statements; applied to show a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted type of gnomonic.
    • In grammar, found in maxims or basic statements; placed on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • Containing or dealing in maxims; sententious.
    • Containing or dealing in maxims; sententious.
    • In sentence structure, utilized in maxims or basic statements; placed on express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • In sentence structure, used in maxims or basic statements; applied to express a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted form of gnomonic.
    • Containing or working in maxims; sententious.
    • In grammar, found in maxims or basic statements; put on show a universal truth: as, a gnomic aorist.
    • A contracted kind of gnomonic.

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