mythologic

[ mith-uh-loj-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mythologic
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In subject they are either erotic, mythologic, or descriptive of nature.

Moo (m'o)--a reptile; a dragon; a mythologic monster (p. 260).

Some of the mythologic existences of the Indians admit of poetic uses.

Mrs. Gerome, will you be so kind as to explain this mythologic design?

The mythologic ideas of the dirge are common to various creeds.

The prayer possesses a special interest, as it brings out several new points in the Cherokee mythologic theory of medicine.

Brown in this instance has probably no mythologic significance, but refers to the color of the stone used in the ceremony.

The mythologic significance of the different colors is well shown in this formula.

It seldom occurs in the formulas and its mythologic significance is as yet undetermined.

It is that the Greeks were a people alive to the beauty of mythologic representations.

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