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a brief moral saying taken from ancient or popular or other sources, often quoted without context; as an adjective, means either given to aphoristic expression, or just referring to an aphoristic expression
sententia (the Latin name for a one-sentence dictum or proposition)
the sentnious language of the worker who wants, as a Socialist, to 'learn something'
Naipaul performs the sententious figure of caricature
his father replying "From each according to his ability" or something similarly sententious and correct
the place of a sententious injunction that always feigns to speak like the just
The sententious tracts of the Gilded Age had always been aimed at breadwinners and would-be financiers, which is to say, at men
the sententious authority of his flamboyantly individualistic style