Famous and Mythological

Famous

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Famous adjective – Widely known.
Mythological and famous are semantically related in legendary topic. In some cases you can use "Mythological" instead an adjective "Famous".
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
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Mythological

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Mythological adjective – Based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity.
Famous and mythological are semantically related in legendary topic. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Mythological".
Nearby Word: mythology
Synonyms for Mythological

Things that words describes

character famous character mythological character
hero famous hero mythological hero
people famous people mythological people
role famous role mythological role
Other nouns: part, figure, example, characters, story, figures, version, works, stories, examples, heroes, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Great White Hunter Buffalo Bill was a famous buffalo hunter in his life time and cultivated himself as some sort of a mythological The Wild West hero when he got his famous Wild West show on the road.
  • Time Abyss Robin Goodfellow in Rob Thurman's Cal Leandros series casually mentions his encounters with famous historical and mythological figures, from Freud to Bacchus.
    Source: Time Abyss
  • Video Game / Toukiden They are your Mitama, and they range from ancient mythological figures in Kojiki to famous persons of Meiji era.
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