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Definition of "story-telling" [sto•ry-tell•ing]

  • Being accustomed to tell stories. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "story-telling" in a sentence
  • "[Illustration: "'Suppose we have a story-telling game'"] "Well, I daresay I shall begin to remember about her presently; but suppose, children, we have a _story-telling game_."
  • ""Now they can more easily fashion their own haggadahs, easily updating it and inviting new and stimulating story-telling, which is, after all, the entire purpose of the haggadah.""
  • "Fiction, confabulation, story-telling — is, when you get down to it, usually used as an entertainment medium, and also as a mechanism for showing us about other ways of thinking, and if you try to preach a political message you usually end up with something that's not very entertaining (if not outright annoying to a lot of your readers)."