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Definition of "mythologic" [myth•o•log•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to mythology (adjective)

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Use "mythologic" in a sentence
  • "At the left were more attractions: another menagerie, a heap of ostensible gold representing the five milliards paid by France, a gallery of astonished wax soldiers representing the Franco-Prussian war, a cook-shop with "mythologic" confectionery."
  • "Oh and another thing, the name Gandalf is from a Norwegian mythologic tale."
  • "Emanuel: Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic (for what I know, or some mythologic nymphs) dancing before Don Miguel — the picture is there still, at the Ajuda; and ah me! where is poor Mig?"