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relating to or having the nature of myth
"a novel of almost mythic consequence"
fabulous, mythic, mythical, mythologic, mythologicaladjective
based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity
"mythical centaurs"; "the fabulous unicorn"
Mythical; existing in myth.
Etymology: (1660s), from Latin mythicus
alt. of Mythical
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The numerical value of mythic in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of mythic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of mythic in a Sentence
The mythic journey is always about selflessness
The character in my film' Da 5 Bloods,' Stormin' Norman, the way his brothers view him as like almost mythical. As Clarke Peters ' character says,' Clarke Peters ' character's Clarke Peters ' character.' They revered Clarke Peters ' character, and so Spike Lee just can't cast anybody for that, because the way these guys are describing Clarke Peters ' character, Clarke Peters ' character's mythic. So mythic Spike Lee're talking about an actor who played Jackie Robinson ; the Godfather, Soul Brother No. 1, James Brown ; Thurgood Marshall ; then Soul Brother No. 1.
If you're making a science fiction movie, they( the audience) can't have any of those assumptions. You're creating an entire world, so, then you have to hang your clothes on a clothesline that has a very simple mythic through-line.
Academy Award winner Ron Howard:
I loved that it's a sea adventure and that it deals with a mythic figure ... the whale that actually inspired Melville to write 'Moby Dick' was every bit as intense as 'Moby Dick' and that real event was something that I wanted to share with audiences.
Romantic love, in pornography as in life, is the mythic celebration of female negation. For a woman, love is defined as her willingness to submit to her own annihilation. The proof of love is that she is willing to be destroyed by the one whom she loves, for his sake. For the woman, love is always self-sacrifice, the sacrifice of identity, will, and bodily integrity, in order to fulfill and redeem the masculinity of her lover.
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