scholium

NOUN
  1. a marginal note written by a scholiast (a commentator on ancient or classical literature)
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How To Use scholium In A Sentence

  • Then came nepenthe and scholium, aleatoric and consuetude. Pool of National Spelling Bee competitors whittled down to 48
  • By the dictionary, Scholium, derived from the Greek word scholion for school or scholar, refers to marginal notes or commentaries intended to illustrate a point in the text. Alanat News
  • Then came nepenthe and scholium, aleatoric and consuetude. Pool of National Spelling Bee competitors whittled down to 48
  • This proposition, together with its scholium, commits him to the thesis that for each finite mode of extension there exists a finite mode of thought that corresponds to it and from which it is not really distinct.
  • Our claims are based on a scholium of an anonymous Byzantine commentator.
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