Definition of Narratives

1. Noun. (plural of narrative) ¹



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Definition of Narratives

1. narrative [n] - See also: narrative

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Narratives

narrated
narratee
narrater
narraters
narrates
narrating
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narrational
narrations
narrative
narrative link
narrative structure
narrative structures
narrativeless
narratively
narratives (current term)
narrativise
narrativised
narrativises
narrativising
narrativity
narrativization
narrativizations
narrativize
narrativized
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narratological
narratologies
narratologist

Literary usage of Narratives

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1. A Short History of the Hebrews to the Roman Period by Robert Lawrence Ottley (1901)
"CHAPTER I. EARLY narratives OF GENESIS. THE history of the Hebrew race differs in one important respect from that of all other ancient nations. ..."

2. Journal of Theological Studies (1904)
"ST MATTHEW'S PARALLEL narratives. IN the search for a clue to the divergences of Mt. ... But a comparison of the corresponding narratives with one another, ..."

3. Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680 by Jasper Danckaerts, Peter Sluyter, Bartlett Burleigh James (1913)
"narratives of Early Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Jersey Edited by DR. ... VOLUMES IN PREPARATION narratives of the Witchcraft Persecutions Edited by ..."

4. Moses and the Monuments: Light from Archaeology on Pentateuchal Times by Melvin Grove Kyle (1920)
"... PHRASES, AND narratives IN THE PENTATEUCH THE subject of this first lecture, "Light on Peculiar words, Phrases and narratives in the Pentateuch," opens ..."

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