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Epos vs. Epic

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Eposnoun

(obsolete) An epic.

Epicnoun

An extended narrative poem in elevated or dignified language, celebrating the feats of a deity, demigod (heroic epic), other legend or traditional hero.

‘The Icelandic epic took all night to recite.’;

Eposnoun

The tuber of any one of several edible species of Perideridia spp.

Epicnoun

A series of events considered appropriate to an epic.

‘The book was an epic in four volumes.’;

Eposnoun

An epic.

Epicnoun

(computing) In software development, a large or extended user story.

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Eposnoun

a body of poetry that conveys the traditions of a society by treating some epic theme

Epicadjective

Of, or relating to, an epic.

‘Beowulf is an epic poem.’;

Eposnoun

a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds

Epicadjective

Momentously heroic; grand in scale or character

‘The epic defense was rewarded with the highest military decorations’;

Epicadjective

Extending beyond the usual or ordinary; extraordinary, momentous, great, or cool.

‘The after-prom party was truly epic.’;

Epicadjective

That is an epimorphism.

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Epicadjective

Narrated in a grand style; pertaining to or designating a kind of narrative poem, usually called an heroic poem, in which real or fictitious events, usually the achievements of some hero, are narrated in an elevated style.

‘The epic poem treats of one great, complex action, in a grand style and with fullness of detail.’;

Epicnoun

An epic or heroic poem. See Epic, a.

Epicnoun

a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds

Epicadjective

very imposing or impressive; surpassing the ordinary (especially in size or scale);

‘an epic voyage’; ‘of heroic proportions’; ‘heroic sculpture’;

Epicadjective

constituting or having to do with or suggestive of a literary epic;

‘epic tradition’;

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