Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to myth; mythical.

Etymologies

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myth +‎ -y

Examples

  • If you read part one, Orphans of Chaos, then you already have an idea of what mythy delights, brainy goings on, teenage angst, sea monster & Colin sex-on-the-brain subplots, super suspense, life-and-death battling awaits you in part two of the Chaos Trilogy: Fugitives of Chaos...

    FUGITIVES OF CHAOS, A Review: WOW!

  • Let me just go out on a limb here and suggest that the SK-1 Timba story is very mythy.

    Friday is Timbaland Day - Pt 3: Shopping with Tim

  • There was also a work-ethic in the poem that I liked, something that suggested writing poems or stories, or essays had as much in common with sweeping the floor as with mythy moments of revelation.

    on writing by stephen king

  • As we have frequently shown on our website, estimates of time are entirely presuppositional - remember that the idea of carbon-dating fossils is a mythy.

    Cross Rhythms

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