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Episodick

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Episódical.
Episódick.
adj. [from episode.] Contained in an episode; pertaining to an episode.

Episodical ornaments, such as descriptions and narrations, were delivered to us from the observations of Aristotle. Dryd.

I discover the difference between the episodick and principal action, as well as the nature of episodes. Notes on the Odyssey.

Sources: Dryden, John (788) · Pope, Alexander (393)

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