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paraphrastic (adj.)

"having the character of a paraphrase," 1620s, from Medieval Latin paraphrasticus, from Greek paraphrastikos, from paraphrazein "to tell in other words" (see paraphrase (n.)). Related: Paraphrastical (1540s).

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Definitions of paraphrastic

paraphrastic (adj.)
altered by paraphrasing;
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