Definition of Epics

1. Noun. (plural of epic) ¹



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Definition of Epics

1. epic [n] - See also: epic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epics

epicortical
epicortisol
epicortisols
epicotyl
epicotyls
epicrania
epicranial
epicranial aponeurosis
epicranial muscle
epicranium
epicranius muscle
epicrises
epicrisis
epicritic
epicritic sensibility
epics (current term)
epictetain
epicure
epicurean
epicureanism
epicureanisms
epicureans
epicurely
epicureous
epicures
epicurism
epicurisms
epicurize
epicurized
epicurizes

Literary usage of Epics

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1. Homer and the Epic by Andrew Lang (1893)
"The lost epics dealt with a large number of topics, but here we are mainly concerned with those about the Trojan War, and the heroes who fought under Troy. ..."

2. Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism: Lyric, Epic and Allied Forms of by Charles Mills Gayley, Benjamin Putnam Kurtz (1920)
"For other English epics or epical narratives, see such poems as those mentioned ... X. Gaelic epics. For a catalogue of the epic literature of Ireland, ..."

3. The Great Epic of India: Its Character and Origin by Edward Washburn Hopkins (1901)
"INTERRELATION OF THE TWO epics. OF the two early epics of India, ... As the relation between the two Hindu epics, especially in point of age, has often been ..."

4. An Outline of the Religious Literature of India by John Nicol Farquhar (1920)
"The first and the last of the three are atheistic, and it is practically certain that at this date the Yoga was so also. iii. The epics. ..."

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