n.1.An epigrammatist.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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An English epigrammist once said that power intoxicates the soft heart, as wine the strong head.
Trubiano references the impressive list of genres that Flaiano operated in (as a "[j]ournalist, scriptwriter, novelist, dramatist, theater and film critic, epigrammist, satirist, and moralist") which caused him to be labeled by some as an "irregular literary figure" (23).
A member of his city's elite, Crinagoras was also an epigrammist whose subjects included prominent Romans and members of the Augustan household, a literary record which, in combination with the poet's status in Mytilene, justifies the conclusion that Crinagoras was `acceptable in the highest society at Rome'.(69) It is worth contrasting with Poem 65 Crinagoras' poem to the ill-starred M.