Definition of Apologues

1. Noun. (plural of apologue) ¹



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Definition of Apologues

1. apologue [n] - See also: apologue

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apologues

apologism
apologist
apologists
apologizable
apologization
apologize
apologized
apologizer
apologizers
apologizes
apologizin'
apologizing
apologizingly
apologs
apologue
apologues (current term)
apology
apolunes
apolysis
apomecometer
apomecometers
apomecometry
apomeioses
apomeiosis
apomict
apomictic
apomictical
apomictically
apomicts

Literary usage of Apologues

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1. Sketches of Persia by John Malcolm (1845)
"I must in this return to my subject, the elucidation of the rise and progress of apologues and fables. It will be admitted by all, that the Persians, ..."

2. The Warner Library by Charles Dudley Warner, Harry Morgan Ayres, John William Cunliffe, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1917)
"apologues FREELY TRANSLATED FROM THE < MANTIK-UT-TAIR,) OR <THE BIRD- PARLIAMENT,' OF ... condensed into a few pages; particularly selecting the apologues ..."

3. Spanish Influence on English Literature by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1905)
"CHAPTER II DIDACTIC SENTENCES, PROVERBIAL PHILOSOPHY, AND EXEMPLARY apologues THE preceding chapter traced the origin and birth of Castilian prose ..."

4. Elements of Mental Philosophy by Thomas Cogswell Upham, Dugald Stewart (1831)
"Origin of apologues and of the parabolic style. Nations, while in an uncivilized state, or when at best they are only in their progress toward intellectual ..."

5. Types of the Short Story: Selected Stories with Reading Lists by Benjamin Alexander Heydrick (1913)
"REPRESENTATIVE apologues The Man Without a Country; in volume with same title Edward Everett Hale The Great Stone Face; The Man of Adamant; ..."

6. Literature in the Elementary School by Porter Lander MacClintock (1907)
"CHAPTER XI SYMBOLISTIC STORIES, FABLES, AND OTHER apologues It is not possible, in the plan adopted for this little book, to keep the topics always strictly ..."

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