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  • noun mythology a writer of mythic poetry; a mythopoeic writer.

Etymologies

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From myth + poet, since 1876.

Examples

  • The Atlantis story also comes to us from antiquity, through the Greek philosopher and mythopoet Plato, who grew up under the spell of Homer's epics as well.

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  • The Atlantis story also comes to us from antiquity, through the Greek philosopher and mythopoet Plato, who grew up under the spell of Homer's epics as well.

    Why Christians Should Go Ahead and Be Pagan

  • The Atlantis story also comes to us from antiquity, through the Greek philosopher and mythopoet Plato, who grew up under the spell of Homer's epics as well.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The Atlantis story also comes to us from antiquity, through the Greek philosopher and mythopoet Plato, who grew up under the spell of Homer's epics as well.

    Why Christians Should Go Ahead and Be Pagan

  • In the dawn of Hellas this sympathetic apprehension of the world around him would have made him a supreme mythopoet.

    Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts

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