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noun as in story, often long

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Palihapitiya meanwhile positioned himself on the side of the retail traders in much of the saga.

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If you've been following this saga, this approval has been a long time coming.

While Harden achieved his major short-term goals, the saga surrounding his exit from Houston is liable to do longer-term damage.

At a website she created, she wrote about the saga sending her into a deep depression.

Due to the popularity of the series, Ubisoft made a decision to release new open-world epics in the “Creed” series every year before scaling back in 2017 with the current trilogy saga that started with “Origins” in Egypt.

The Hunger Games franchise is already a deeply political saga, chronicling a growing rebellion against a tyrannical regime.

I have known Alliata for many years and have written of this saga twice before.

He talks candidly about the saga, non-monogamy, assisted suicide, and why he is ‘bored’ of the gay actor debate.

Ultimately, the big news in the saga of the cable bundle are the effects of the new lower priced tiers evolving.

The saga is a bit more terrifying and Harlacher hopes this adds you to his “body count.”

Arthur, King of Bertangenland (Saga), 379; daughter of, 393.

The Icelandic saga-men never weary, though modern readers do, of legal details.

In an Annamite saga a certain king wished to build a town on a site he had fixed upon.

In a Carinthian saga he is to cut three birch rods at the full of the moon, and then wait at the appointed place.

Passing over to New Guinea, we find a remarkable saga concerning the moon.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to saga, such as: adventure, chronicle, epic, legend, narrative, and tale.

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