mythological : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mi thuh lo ji kuhl

  • s  based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity

  • When the government submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court last week saying "mythological texts" could not "incontrovertibly prove" the existence of Lord Rama or the simian .
  • Blagojevich has been in and out of Manhattan since his pre-dawn arrest, last winter, peddling the line that he comes from a mythological realm in which Lake Michigan, like Avernus .
  • While impromptu foot and horseback parades had been a regular New Orleans occurrence for decades, it was in 1857 that the first "krewe" private groups with semi-mythological .
News & Articles


  • Carlton Cuse in Reuters
    Lindelof and Cuse said they've had "a road map for the series with all the major mythological milestones and the ending in place" for a while.
  • Bill Clinton in BBC News
    Aids is a very big dragon. The mythological dragon was slain by Saint George, the original knight in shining armour, but this dragon must be slain by millions and millions of foot soldiers,Mr Clinton told the conference.
  • Robert Olen Butler in Baltimore Sun
    In this world of celebrity, blogs and entertainment gossip television, we are intensely aware of public figures who perform the same function as mythological figures did in an earlier period,Butler says. "It's our own private lives writ...

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