Definition of Trilogies

1. Noun. (plural of trilogy) ¹



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Definition of Trilogies

1. trilogy [n] - See also: trilogy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trilogies

trilobate
trilobated
trilobation
trilobations
trilobe
trilobed
trilobes
trilobita
trilobite
trilobites
trilobitic
trilobitomorph
trilobitomorphs
trilocular
trilogarithm
trilogies (current term)
trilogy of fallot
trilostane
trim back
trim down
trim tab
trim up
trimaculated
trimalleolar fracture
trimaran
trimarans
trimastigote
trimaximal

Literary usage of Trilogies

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1. The Attic Theatre: A Description of the Stage and Theatre of the Athenians by Arthur Elam Haigh (1889)
"Similarly the three tragedies, regarded apart from the satyric drama, were called trilogies when connected together in this manner'. ..."

2. Plato and the Older Academy by Eduard Zeller (1888)
"Towards the end of the third century, Aristophanes of Byzantium first arranged a portion of the works in those five trilogies which we know from Diog. iii. ..."

3. A Companion to School Classics by James Gow (1893)
"... and one or the other of these dramatists—for authorities differ—also introduced painted scenery.1 208. trilogies.—It would seem, however, ..."

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