Definition of Mythist

1. a maker of myths [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mythist

mythicized
mythicizer
mythicizers
mythicizes
mythicizing
mythier
mythiest
mythification
mythifications
mythise
mythised
mythises
mythising
mythism
mythisms
mythist (current term)
mythists
mythize
mythized
mythizes
mythizing
mythless
mythlike
mythmaker
mythmakers
mythmaking
mythmakings
mytho-
mythogenic
mythographer

Literary usage of Mythist

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1. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1848)
"... and above and beyond all, David Frederick Strauss a mythist. The myth has been distributed into various kinds and called by different names, ..."

2. The Theological and Literary Journal (1861)
"Their difference is chiefly that while Strauss is a rationalistic mythist throughout, Neander is sometimes a rationalist, sometimes, though less frequently, ..."

3. Euclid, His Life and System by Thomas Smith (1902)
"A thorough-going mythist might even doubt, and consequently deny,— for, with the proper mythist, a very small measure of doubt warrants a very decided ..."

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