1. highly significant or important especially bringing about or marking the beginning of a new development or era
    epochal decisions made by Roosevelt and Churchill
    an epoch-making discovery
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How To Use epoch-making In A Sentence

  • There was our letter printed in full, and below it was the epoch-making decision of the Government: "A special ration of soft food may be issued to edentulous persons in famine camps. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 156, February 12, 1919
  • This is the same version, in other words, that formed the basis of that epoch-making 1957 production.
  • In the early hours I read in the paper of epoch-making projects bertolt brecht | the burning of the books | bad time for poetry | reading the paper while brewing the tea « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • But for a private gallery in Edinburgh, or anywhere in Scotland, it is not only brave, it's epoch-making.
  • The plight of these poor folk who were losing their wee holiday homes was no doubt a worthy topic but I was looking for something a touch more epoch-making.
  • Whenever they do, the event would almost be epoch-making.
  • On reviewing the epoch-making events of the eighteenth century, we find a condition of affairs startling in its abnormity.
  • ‘This is an epoch-making ruling,’ said a lawyer who filed a similar lawsuit in which the court declined to rule on the constitutionality of the visits.
  • But the best comes last: "For the Love of You Pts. 1 & 2" was one of the two biggest hit singles from 1975's epoch-making The Heat Is On, the other being "Fight the Power". posted by Matthew @ 9: 00 AM Archive 2009-03-01
  • For the past eighteen years or more Dr. Robinson has devoted his studies to the nature of the cell, and from these researches he wrote the epoch-making hypothesis on the cause of cancer and his reasons for the use of potassium nitrate in its treatment. Local Founders Profile: Edward and Annie Robinson « Beachwood Historical Alliance
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