mythic

[ mith-i-kuh l or mith-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF mythic
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What compositions, then, would our mythic citizens of 1955 prefer?

You may interpret many a mythic tale by the facts which lie in your own blood.

The Ttos is a mythic horse possessed of the most marvellous powers.

But all experience proves that mythic and legendary miracles are grotesque.

The only answers which they propound are the mythic and Tbingen theories.

Then ought we not to distinguish between romantic and mythic?

The question then arises, What are the true causes of mythic change?

By reference to language many but not all mythic phenomena may be understood.

Mythic materials, he argued, must be resolved into their original elements.

But we have not yet plumbed the depths of mythic degeneration.

WORD ORIGIN

1660s, from Late Latin mythicus "legendary," from Greek mythikos, from mythos (see myth).

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