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tetralogy

noun te·tral·o·gy \te-ˈträ-lə-jē, -ˈtra-\
plural te·tral·o·gies

Definition of TETRALOGY

1
:  a group of four dramatic pieces presented consecutively on the Attic stage at the Dionysiac festival
2
:  a series of four connected works (as operas or novels)

Origin of TETRALOGY

Greek tetralogia, from tetra- + -logia -logy
First Known Use: 1656

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