Sentence Examples


  • Two encyclopaedic treatises, dealing with philosophy, are often mentioned.
  • Trogus himself seems to have been a man of encyclopaedic knowledge.
  • The first part of an encyclopaedic work probably remains to us in the Compendium Studii Philosophiae (1271).
  • 636) produced in his Origines an encyclopaedic work which gathered up for the middle ages much of the learning of the ancient world.
  • When Romilly saw Diderot in 1783, the great encyclopaedic chief assured him that submission to kings and belief in God would be at an end all over the world in a very few years.