Translation of epistolary in Spanish:


epistolar, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈpɪstəˌlɛri/ /ɪˈpɪst(ə)ˌləri/

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  • 1

    epistolar formal
    • One method used by writers of young adult literature to express these themes has been the epistolary, or letter writing form.
    • And the epistolary appearance of Lord Peter's mother - the apparently fluttery but always acute duchess, is certainly a Sayers highlight.
    • There is a long tradition of epistolary relationships and the only difference between us and, say, Victorian letter writers is that our letters get there faster.
    • Great care and attention should be devoted to epistolary correspondence, as nothing exhibits want of taste and judgment so much as a slovenly letter.
    • I think we're in a new epistolary age where style, ideas and facts matter.