Examples of mythos in a Sentence
according to one creation mythos, humans sprang from the forehead of a god
the Superman mythos has long since become ingrained in popular American culture
Recent Examples of mythos from the Web
McConnell has always had this mythos around himself and his staff.
Is this a sign of things to come for the cinematic version of the Spider-Man mythos?
The movie is a clumsy mishmash that rewrites the Arthur mythos in ways that seem largely random, seeking to survive scene by scene rather than offer any minimally coherent retelling or narrative theory.
The mythos of the relentless but demure city persists in the observations of contemporary residents.
Cornell '77, a new book about the show by Peter Conners that presents a deep dive into the mythos of the concert, was recently published.
Yet, in the past, the industry’s appeal has lain in identifying with the always-changing values and mythos of American society.
Here, Mitch and Freada Kapor, of Kapor Capital, deconstruct the Kalanick mythos, describe what needs to change at Uber, and call out their fellow investors who have chosen to remain silent.
Much more was lost in the process than just the jobs; an entire way of life, central to the American mythos, was coming to an end.
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Origin and Etymology of mythos
First Known Use: 1753See Words from the same year
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