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Instead, it’s the myth that the flu shot itself makes you sick.

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Blockchain surveillance tools are powerful and increasingly widespread, proving that cryptocurrency is not as anonymous as popular myth might have it.

The popular myth that Belarusians simply aren’t strong enough to stand up for themselves has been debunked.

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Benedict was stopping in New Mexico to study myth and ritual in the Zuni Pueblo.

Even seasoned marketers can feel out of the SEO loop sometimes, especially when myths and speculations regarding algorithm updates spread online.

In the 70s, this myth kept openly gay people out of teaching positions.

And they all travel affordably, busting the myth that travel is only for the elite.

Hangover Rx: “The old ‘hair of the dog’ is pretty much just a myth,” says White.

“The crack baby myth is being recapitulated in terms of NAS,” Sunderlin said.

And likewise the Easter bunny, a bizarre pagan myth if ever one there was.

The myth of "Boreas and Orithyia," though faulty perhaps in technique, is good in conception and arrangement.

No such ethical bearing as this was ever assigned the myth by the red race before they were taught by Europeans.

I wanted to show you that this man with the gold tooth and the brown beard is no myth, as you seem to believe.

For ourselves, we do not credit the myth of the Hellenists; of the very existence of a Hercules we are profoundly incredulous.

In Celtic myth the Silver Bough played a less sinister part, and figures as a fairy talisman to music and delight.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to myth, such as: fable, fantasy, fiction, illusion, imagination, and legend.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.