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Definition of epic:

  1. An epic or heroic poem. See Epic, a.
  2. Narrated in a grand style; pertaining to or designating a kind of narrative poem, usually called an heroic poem, in which real or fictitious events, usually the achievements of some hero, are narrated in an elevated style.

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grandiose, harsh, epos, regal, biographical, ages, anime, grand, epic poem, chiller, epigram, fictional, gallant, disagreeable, ballad, hours, stately, light years, free verse, filmic, heroic, desperate, folklore, magnificent, massive, splendid, heroical, cartoon, epical, royal, unattractive, doggerel, tremendous, ditty, eon, major, cycle, gory, proud, fictitious, blue movie, large, bad, unpleasant, magnific, chick flick, blank verse, monumental, eternity, animation, months, classic, aeon, long, unappealing, imposing, awful, huge, on a grand scale, imperial, big, buddy movie, momentous, historic, year, B movie, baronial, august, heroic poem, hard, larger-than-life, vast, objectionable, Homeric, majestic, bleak, expansive, biopic, glorious, autobiographical, costume drama, significant, abridged, noble, elegy.

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