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Going into 2016, that contributed to a sense that Wisconsin was a safe bet for Hillary Clinton — part of the mythical “blue wall.”

Shown photos of a horse and a rhino, and told a unicorn is something in between, they can recognize the mythical creature in a picture book the first time they see it.

At Çatalhöyük a house wasn’t just a place to live but the material expression of a mythical world.

A house wasn’t just a place to live but the expression of a mythical world.

Like the mythical half-human, half-horse creatures, centaurs in the solar system are hybrids between asteroids and comets.

What had seemed to be a theoretical and almost mythical project is just about to take concrete form.

As a child, he worshipped leaders like Malcolm X and remembers having imagining Africa as a mythical place.

Bulbous columns, winding staircases, and whimsical bas-reliefs of mythical creatures wrap around the palace.

The notion of a “spread”—the mythical Texas ranch that every Texas cowboy hopes for—fueled his imagination.

The philosopher, Plato, linked Santorini with the mythical lost city of Atlantis that sank beneath the waves.

Directors were to us junior clerks, remote personalities, mythical beings dwelling on Olympian heights.

The Board of Trade is more or less a mythical body, but very practical I found it on these and all other occasions.

The Civilized Nations, however, had recorded annals not altogether mythical.

This humourist is gradually “winning his way to the mythical.”

The naked figures of these mythical beings are first completely and accurately drawn and then the clothing is put on.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mythical, such as: allegorical, fabled, fanciful, fictitious, imaginary, and legendary.

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