Definition of Epopees

1. Noun. (plural of epopee) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of épopée) ¹

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Definition of Epopees

1. epopee [n] - See also: epopee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epopees

eponymic
eponymically
eponymies
eponymist
eponymists
eponymize
eponymous
eponymously
eponyms
eponymy
epopea
epopeas
epopee
epopees (current term)
epopoeia
epopoeias
epoprostenol
epopt
epopteia
epopteias
epopts
epos
eposes
epotation
epotations
epothilone
epothilones

Literary usage of Epopees

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1. Anglo-Saxon and Norman Periods: F. His "Manual of English Literature." by Thomas Arnold (1883)
"Other epopees: Fabliaux: Riming Chronicles. Of the third cycle, that relating to the crusades, the most important piece is the famous romance of Richard ..."

2. History of Provençal Poetry by Claude Charles Fauriel (1860)
"The " Orlando Amoroso " of Boiardo and of Berni, the "Morgante"of Pulci, the " Orlando Furioso" of Ariosto, replaced as living epopees and classics of a ..."

3. The History of the Kings of Rome: With a Prefatory Dissertation on Its by Thomas Henry Dyer (1868)
"Now these surely were not epopees. For the verses of the Fauns, as we learn from Varro, were those in which they delivered their oracles in woods and ..."

4. The History of the Kings of Rome: With a Prefatory Dissertation on Its by Thomas Henry Dyer (1868)
"Now these surely were not epopees. For the verses of the Fauns, as we learn from Varro, were those in which they delivered their oracles in woods and ..."

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