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mythic

mi‚ÄČthik

  • a  relating to or having the nature of myth
    a novel of almost mythic consequence
  • s  based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity
    mythical centaurs

  • For ordinary Indians, this act of renunciation held tremendous mythic resonance.
  • But both series take two mythic American settings--the frontier and the suburbs--and expose their ugly secrets.
  • No other soccer figure, except possibly Pele, has ever reached the mythic status of Beckenbauer, who has planned the Cup with a combination of meticulous professionalism and .
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  • Mark Jacobs in FOXBusiness
    The countdown has officially begun. Mark your calendars! September 18th is the Day of Reckoning,said Mark Jacobs, founder and general manager of Mythic Entertainment. "For the last three years, the entire team at Mythic has poured their...
  • Shane Black in WFtv.com
    It's about a guy who is sort of a schlep who has this mythic character that follows in the story as presence that's felt but not seen in Johnny Gossamer,Black described.

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