Thursday, 28 June 2012

Entry: epiphanic (adj.)

In context: "Substance-dreams, and sometimes trite but important epiphanic dreams, and the Staffer on Dream duty is required to be up doing paperwork or sit-ups, ready to make coffee and listen to the residents' drams and offer the odd practical upbeat Boston-AA-type insight..."

Definition: Of the nature of or characterized by an epiphany; esp. in Lit. Theory, constituting or containing a significant moment of revelation.


SNOOT score: 1
Page: 359

Source: Oxford English Dictionary   

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