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synonyms for mythological

  • allegorical
  • chimerical
  • created
  • fabled
  • fabricated
  • fabulous
  • fairy-tale
  • false
  • fanciful
  • fantasy
  • fictitious
  • fictive
  • folkloric
  • imaginary
  • invented
  • legendary
  • made-up
  • mythic
  • mythologic
  • nonexistent
  • pretended
  • storied
  • supposititious
  • traditional
  • unreal
  • untrue
  • visionary
  • whimsical
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How to use mythological in a sentence

That’s the meaning ascribed to this powerful but deeply fraught image, which has the potential to do lasting damage if we can’t separate its truth from its mythological power.
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They sought explanations for phenomena in natural causes, rather than ascribing them to the behavior of mythological gods invented by poets to explain cosmic history.
2,500 YEARS AGO, THE PHILOSOPHER ANAXAGORAS BROUGHT SCIENCE’S SPIRIT TO ATHENSTOM SIEGFRIEDMAY 4, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
FundamentalsFrank WilczekPenguin Press, $26As the story is usually told, science began when some deep thinkers in ancient Greece decided to reject the popular mythological explanations for various natural phenomena.
‘FUNDAMENTALS’ SHOWS HOW REALITY IS BUILT FROM A FEW BASIC INGREDIENTSTOM SIEGFRIEDJANUARY 26, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
I propose to divide the tales into three classes—Mythological, Humorous, and Nurse-tales.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 196, JULY 30, 1853VARIOUS
It was hung with gold and silk tapestry, representing mythological figures and the windows had curtains to match.
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On the ceiling he could faintly see the mythological figures; he extended his hand, and felt the sculptured bed.
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A fabulous Dragon whose mythological ancestry and habitat I am unable to trace.
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The naming of children has an intimate connection with the system of mythological agency.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Reynolds loved to depict his sitters in mythological or historical settings.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
As has been indicated, a mythological system must have been strongly influenced by city politics.
MYTHS OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIADONALD A. MACKENZIE
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WORDS RELATED TO MYTHOLOGICAL

  • fabulous
  • famed
  • famous
  • fanciful
  • fictional
  • mythical
  • mythological
  • storied
  • unreal
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