- 1. adjective
[About Timons account of Pyrrhos views.] The second Timonian passage is usually taken to come from his prose work, Python.b) Pertaining or related to Skeptic philosopher , his life, works, style, or ideas.
Aristocles is not citing Timon—and how near he keeps to any Timonian text we cannot judge.2. nounA member of the French Catholic Sacred Heart congregation founded by Joseph-Marie Timon-David.
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Timonean — adjective a) Of a form of bitter misanthropy related to Timonism, like . Solitude, on the contrary, not only deprives us of both the past and the future, but always inclines the present hour to joyless melancholy, which sooner or later ends in… … Wiktionary
Timonism — noun a) A form of bitter misanthropy, a despair leading to hatred or contemptuous rejection of mankind, like . This most cruel betrayal led him to Timonism. b) A bitter or cynical utterance or behavior, in the manner of . Pay no attention to his… … Wiktionary
Timonist — 1. adjective Of a form of bitter misanthropy related to Timonism, like . Marston poses as the Timonist malcontent satirist ready to excoriate the world for its follies. Syn: Timonean, Timonian See Also … Wiktionary
Timonize — verb a) To behave as a misanthrope. I should be tempted to Timonize, and clap a Satyr upon our whole Species. b) To cause (someone) to slide into bitter misanthropy, into Timonism. And it may well be believed, that after the wonderful vital world … Wiktionary