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synonyms for mythos

  • adage
  • belief
  • custom
  • doctrine
  • enlightenment
  • erudition
  • experience
  • fable
  • folklore
  • information
  • knowledge
  • learning
  • legend
  • letters
  • myth
  • mythology
  • saga
  • saw
  • saying
  • scholarship
  • science
  • superstition
  • tale
  • teaching
  • tradition
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Simmons put his own tumultuous relationship with West at the center of the story to disentangle the man, born Kanye Omari West, from the sprawling mythos that currently engulfs him.
THE INSIDE STORY BEHIND THE KANYE DOCUSERIES TWO DECADES IN THE MAKINGANDREW R. CHOWFEBRUARY 3, 2022TIME
This is a mythos that will stump even dedicated comic book readers.
ETERNALS, EXPLAINED: WHO THEY ARE AND HOW THEY FIT INTO THE MARVEL UNIVERSEDAVID BETANCOURTNOVEMBER 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Silicon Valley’s champions and boosters have perpetuated the mythos of an innovative land of garage startups and capitalist cowboys.
WHERE COMPUTING MIGHT GO NEXTMARGARET O’MARAOCTOBER 27, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Yet still more striking than this, is the part which the dove plays in the Indian mythos of the birth of the Hindoo Saviour.
ANCIENT FAITHS AND MODERNTHOMAS INMAN
The suggested area was not beyond the limits of the Greek mythos.
OPUSCULAROBERT GORDON LATHAM
Tis the old sweet mythos,the infant nourished at the fathers breast.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON
Every human being has his invisible angel, says the mythos; both are different and yet resemble each other.
O. T.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Had she only lived earlier in the century she might easily have become the centre of a mythos.
FAMOUS WOMEN: GEORGE SANDBERTHA THOMAS
In the life of Zoroaster, the law-giver of the Persians, the common mythos is apparent.
BIBLE MYTHS AND THEIR PARALLELS IN OTHER RELIGIONST. W. DOANE
One universal mythos, or fable wearing the garb of history, has been the basis of all religions, ancient and modern.
RELIGION IN THE HEAVENSLOGAN MITCHELL
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WORDS RELATED TO MYTHOS

  • ballad
  • custom
  • fable
  • folk story
  • legend
  • myth
  • mythology
  • mythos
  • oral literature
  • superstition
  • tradition
  • wisdom
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.