Odyssean

adjective
Odys·se·an | \ō-ˈdi-sē-ən("Odysseus"), ˌä-də-ˈsē-ən("journey") \

Definition of Odyssean 

: of, relating to, or characteristic of Odysseus or his journey

First Known Use of Odyssean

circa 1614, in the meaning defined above

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odyssey

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