epiphany : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i pi fuh nee

  • n  a divine manifestation
  • n  twelve days after Christmas; celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the infant Jesus

  • It wasn’t an epiphany that led Michael to teaching after graduating from an Ivy League college, but the new career is fulfilling in ways he never expected.
  • His brilliant musical performance yielded a musical epiphany that will not be forgotten by those who witnessed it.
  • People love scientists' moments of epiphany and eureka, but real work of scientists is to rigorously test and retest the theories hypothesized by them.
News & Articles


  • Jack Burns in TIME
    We were working in Chicago, and we went to see Lenny, and we were both blown away,Burns said, recalling the moment as the beginning of the end for their collaboration if not their close friendship. "It was an epiphany for George. The...
  • Mitch McConnell in MarketWatch
    It was a good give and take. We didn't expect anybody to stand up and holler that they had an epiphany,McConnell said.
  • Joe Biden in ABC News
    It seems like John's had an epiphany,Biden told CBS's Maggie Rodriguez. "9 o'clock yesterday morning John thought the economy was going great guns and the Bush administration is doing well and today he thinks it's in crisis."

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