Definition of Stichomythy

1. [n -THIES]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Stichomythy

stiched
stichera
sticheron
stichic
stichidia
stichidium
stichoi
stichomancy
stichometrical
stichometries
stichometry
stichomythia
stichomythias
stichomythic
stichomythies
stichomythy (current term)
stichos
stichs
stichtite
stick
stick-and-carrot
stick-fighting
stick-in-the-mud
stick-in-the-mud(p)
stick-in-the-muds
stick-on
stick-tight
stick-tights
stick-to-it-iveness
stick-to-itiveness

Literary usage of Stichomythy

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Prometheus by Aeschylus (1905)
"A cultivated feeling for the language is necessary to perceive the color of the utterance in the stichomythy in tragedy. Simple as the conversation is here, ..."

2. Schiller's Wilhelm Tell by Friedrich Schiller (1898)
"2965. stichomythy, Introd. p. xxxvi, 11. 136, 3l6> 4I5- subjunctive, for imperative, 11. 969, 1114, 1369. indicative for, 1. 356. delicate use of, 11. ..."

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