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Definition of "mythic" []

  • Of or relating to myth (adjective)
  • Imaginary or fictitious (adjective)
  • Larger-than-life. (adjective)

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  • Mythical; existing in myth. (adjective)

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Use "mythic" in a sentence
  • "It stems from the fact that the great metaphysical traditions, East and West-Sufi, Buddhist, neo-Confucian, Christian, Taoist-were all created at a time when the average stage of development was what we call mythic or premodern."
  • "I also snagged a moment to chat with Andrew Probert, famed Hollywood production designer for many a space opera, from Star Trek to Battlestar Galactica to a certain mythic fan film that I got to ask him about."
  • ""There is a certain mythic element about these stories, but usually they're based in reality," says Joe Pika, a professor of political science at the University of Delaware."