[ UK /ˈɛpɪk/ ]
[ US /ˈɛpɪk/ ]
  1. a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
  1. constituting or having to do with or suggestive of a literary epic
    epic tradition
  2. very imposing or impressive; surpassing the ordinary (especially in size or scale)
    heroic sculpture
    of heroic proportions
    an epic voyage
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How To Use epic In A Sentence

  • The finishing line may be in sight but the final lap is shaping up to be an epic battle. Times, Sunday Times
  • The four frame pic showing the red hotel collapsing is epic. Typhoon Morakot, The Damage Done | My[confined]Space
  • AMEN: Grassroots Football is an incredible interactive roadbook from photographer Jessica Hilltout that depicts the essence of soccer as experienced throughout the African continent. Daniel Maree: Six Positively Promising World Cup Campaigns You Might Have Missed
  • The artist had depicted her lying naked on a bed.
  • Difficulty shows what men are. Epictetus 
  • _The Terrace at Berne_ has been already dealt with, but that mood for epicede, which was so frequent in Mr Arnold, finds in the _Carnac_ stanzas adequate, and in _A Southern Night_ consummate, expression. Matthew Arnold
  • In a 1983 ad, the Gillette man was depicted as the tiny weakling on a basketball court full of giants; his shaver, he said, helped him even the odds.
  • But going back to the days when I was seeing these epics first time round, in the fleapits and bug-hutches of south-east Leeds - most of them converted music halls or disused chapels - we didn't give a hoot what the title of the film was.
  • The epic cricket battle between England and Australia has sparked a deluge of wagers. The Sun
  • Virgo has been depicted as a winged maiden holding a palm branch in her left hand and an ear of corn in her right.
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