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Synonyms for epical

constituting or having to do with or suggestive of a literary epic


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The hero, originating from the people's plains, is artistically and epically devised in the ultimate creative form.
Seattle-based Filson has been making rugged and epically long-lasting wool garments since 1897.
The music is definitely the epically epic in that C-mass tradition hut expect that SA style of Rob's: feverishly high-pitched (hut less Operatic) vox-skills, and I say this with utmost respect and approval.
While the roots of the crisis can be traced to sometimes epically wrongheaded water management strategies, "poverty, inequality, and unequal power relationships" also share the blame.
You fly to Monte Carlo and become epically drunk at all the parties.
Wolfe, the most overrated director in the American theater, has responded to Brecht's calls for an "epic" theater by creating something epically bad.
With the possible exception of the electric chair, you are unlikely to be subjected to a bigger shock than Mudawin's 100-1 success in an epically exciting Ebor, and York was shrouded in smoke last night as form books were burnt across the city.
If Ancerl's Ma vlast is already as international as his other recordings, Kubelik's historic recording of 1990 is epically exultant, and various versions by some other contemporary conductors are beautifully balanced, then Tallich's is above all balladic.
11) This sense of obligation stems from realism's potential to totalize, to generate real aesthetic and epistemological knowledge of what Lukacs once called the 'differentiated and epically complete variety of life', or, in other words, the social world itself.
The performance ended as epically as it had started and developed.
Just remember that during an average press conference, for example, while you're discussing your epically named company and several of your products, and your partner and its products of galactic appellations, you may inadvertently end up tacking on an additional 20 minutes of talk time just to conquer the pronunciations of the names of your own intellectual properties.
By the time we leave this phrase behind us, it has been so epically revamped (so to speak) by the reporter that Jiggs's original obscene remark is nowhere to be found in it.
In the twentieth century, no American more epically resisted the yawp and lull of Leaves of Grass than Ezra Pound.
That's why I admire Arthur Miller, though The Crucible is epically boring--it's those stick figures.
In Paradise Lost, the "Word"--and its attendant imagery of authorship, conversation, and silence--emerges as an epically extended metaphysical conceit: Adam refers to the Father as "Author of the Universe" (8.