epigrammatical


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The basis of intimacy in Lady Mary's epigrammatical wit is further instanced in a letter to the Countess of Mar in May, 1723.
40) In his reviews, as in his historical writing, Taylor allowed his short-term epigrammatical needs, rather than any theoretical grand design, to dictate his conclusions -- rather like the statesmen whom his work portrayed.
But no one could match the young man's charismatic presence, his gift for rhyming epigrammatical oratory, and his ability to win concessions from powerful business and political interests.