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Things myth often describes (“myth ________”)
making, makers, maker, number, criticism, reality, ritual, mahing, god, everybody, no., building, buster, incest, science, information, symbol, analysis, today, book, conceptions, culture, collecting, telling, theory, eating, tales, creation, land, consultant, lands, cult, literature, busting, stories, breaking, shattering, representation, the, holding, creating, belief, scientists, masters, dream

Descriptive words:
greek, ancient, old, popular, american, christian, classical, national, modern, common, personal, religious, romantic, cultural, original, central, pure, celtic, historical, western, egyptian, indian, biblical, solar, founding, traditional, powerful, babylonian, mere, heroic, pagan, cosmogonic, gnostic, agrarian, irish, classic, primitive, urban, persistent, widespread, dangerous, tragic, norse, roman, platonic, european, sun, famous, poetic, sacred, chinese, beautiful, dominant, racial, universal, aryan, nordic, literary, vedic, japanese, sumerian, contemporary, known, enduring, collective, revolutionary, cosmological, male, convenient, foundational, aztec, patriarchal, familiar, promethean


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See myth used in context: 42 rhymes, several books and articles.

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