/ˌæf əˈrɪs tɪk/
of, like, or containing
His sermons were richly aphoristic.
given to making or quoting
of, relating to, or resembling an aphorism
tending to write or speak in aphorisms
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Which is at a minimum non-aphoristic and anti-euphonious.
Nor did she attempt the solace of aphoristic eloquence.
The unconscious-mine, anyway-is rarely so aphoristic.
The unconscious--mine, anyway--is rarely so aphoristic.
Every one of his books is full of apt observations and aphoristic turns of phrase.
The wonder of his poem is that it has a melancholy melodiousness while retaining a tight aphoristic ring.
As this policy went through various iterations and media representations, its naming and structure became more aphoristic.
Others, however, found that style unbearably aphoristic.