The remaining versions are paraphrastic and less accurate, and are guilty of additions and omissions.
The following paragraphs contain an abbreviated and paraphrastic translation of the preface.
The extract illustrates the paraphrastic nature of parts of the translation.
Warburton, to evade Voltaire's criticism, put a strained and paraphrastic interpretation upon Pope's lines.
This mental capacity is most likely to be acquired by the regular and persevering use of the paraphrastic exercise.
The same kind of paraphrastic dilution runs through the volume; nor is Mr. Muirhead wholly to blame.
The Syriac text, made without doubt from the Hebrew, though often paraphrastic is often suggestive.
Grundtvigs translation4 had been so paraphrastic as often to obscure the sense, and always the spirit, of the original.
It is elegant and faithful, but somewhat formal and paraphrastic.
I quote a result which Mr. Edmund Clarence Stedman said was too paraphrastic.