Story and Version


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Story noun – A relating of events usually in the order in which they happened.
Usage example: gave us the whole story of the accident

Version is a synonym for story in account topic. In some cases you can use "Version" instead a noun "Story", when it comes to topics like report, tale, words, testimony. popular alternative
Nearby Words: storey, storied, storyline
Synonyms for Story


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Version noun – A presentation of an artistic work (as a piece of music) from a particular point of view.
Story is a synonym for version in report topic. You can use "Story" instead a noun "Version", if it concerns topics such as account, words, account of a happening. popular alternative
Nearby Word: verse
Synonyms for Version

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old old story old version
good good story good version
full full story full version
short short story short version
Other adjectives: future, current, standard, original, single, real, dark, interesting, new, early, final, later, fictional, classic, official, alternate, different, comic, earlier.

Both words in one sentence

  • The manga version of the story even ends with a report where Fuyuki writes about how he realized now that the world didn't spin around him, and other stories similar to his own could happen elsewhere, basically Lampshade Hanging this trope, for readers who hadn't understood the point of the story.
  • When Rakan shows the class Negi's Dad's story in the Paru-sama's theatre, one gets the impression that this is the abridged version of a potentially epic shounen story in its own right.
  • Story Difficulty Setting There is a version of Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors that removes all gameplay portions, keeping only the Visual Novel-style story.
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