Definition of Mythists

1. mythist [n] - See also: mythist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mythists

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

Literary usage of Mythists

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1. Belief -- what is It?, Or, the Nature of Faith as Determined by the Facts of by John Davidson (1869)
"... to the bold preliminary question, whether we could by possibility believe a man telling us that he had seen a miracle — the mythists absorbing the B ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1860)
"... all that was noble and admirable—writing as they did for a licentious age and a corrupt court—that it was only left for the later mythists of the Graal ..."

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