mythy

mythy

(ˈmɪθɪ)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) of or resembling myth; myth-like
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It was enough to force Britain into war and so was born the mythy of "plucky c little Belgium" when our real interestr was the preser r var tion of empirer infaceof Germany'ns' colonial ambitions.
Anymore the flowers won't become flames because they refuse to do mythy things.
What's up Homeboy, you say, all fray-colored and mythy.
oed)/ SHIQQ (a jinn in LU ILL / IUU (yew--oed) LX FILL / FIXX pre-lslamic mythy.
All of which may seem a bit too dated and mythy for the sophisticated, hardheaded reader of today to note the prophecy.