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Epopee

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Google previewLouis Fourteenth and the Writers of his Age; being a course of lectures ... Introduction and translation by ... E. N. Kirk (1855)

by Jean Frédéric ASTIÉ, Edward Norris KIRK

The epopee is a calm and peaceful exposition of some great historical subject; mingled with episodes ; and having a regular development. The poet relates different events with a calmness which borders on indifference; and the facts are always represented, as having taken place in the remote past. The Iliad and ZEneid among the ancients; and the Divine Comedy of Dante, and the Jerusalem Delivered of Tasso, among the modems, are of this class. Of all Christian epics, Paradise ...

Google previewA dictionary of etymology of the English language (1859)

and of English synonymes and paronymes by John Oswald

po'it, «< c«Koi»a r poe«"ic», *tom«03 ' epopee ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)

by Nila Gott

ENFOLD, SHROUD environment _ AREA, MEDIUM, MILIEU, TERRAIN envoy _ LEGATE, ABLEGATE envy _ HATE, COVET, SPITE enzyme _ ASE, LOTASE, OLEASE, PEPSIN, RENNIN eon _ AGE, OLAM, TIME, ETERNITY Eos _ DAWN, AURORA epic _ EPOS, POEM, SAGA, EPOPEE epicene _ NEUTER, SEXLESS epicure _ FRIAND (obsolete), GOURMET epigram _ MOT, POSY, ADAGE Epiphany _ MAGI (Trio), EYEOPENER epistle _ NOTE, LETTER, MISSIVE epithet _ NAME, ...

Google previewThe popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)

by Alexander Whitelaw

The heroes were here followed by the bards, and thus the epopee ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature (1995)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

epopee that a social group (such as a tribe) holds to be the origin of its name. In its most familiar use, eponym denotes a person for whom a place or thing is named, as in describing James Monroe as the eponym of Monrovia, Liberia. The derivative adjective is eponymous. An eponymous hero of a work of literature is one whose name is the title of the work, such as Anne Bronte's Agnes Grey, Charles Dickens' David Copperfield, and John Fowles's Daniel Martin. epopee \' ep-3-,pe\ ...

Google previewPunjabi English Dictionary

т, агёкт йшайтёат epüogue epœode epœüe epüaph epühmanúum epühet epüome epüonúze epoch epopee /inn 10mn.

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Scrabble value of E1P3O1P3E1E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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