Etymology
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aphoristic (adj.)

"of the nature of an aphorism," 1753, from Latinized form of Greek aphoristikos, from aphorismos "definition, pithy sentence" (see aphorism). Related: Aphoristically (1650s). Aphorismic "having the form of an aphorism" is from 1794.

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Definitions of aphoristic

aphoristic (adj.)
containing aphorisms or maxims;
Synonyms: axiomatic
aphoristic (adj.)
terse and witty and like a maxim;
Synonyms: apothegmatic / epigrammatic
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