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Definition of odyssey:

  1. An epic poem, by Homer, relating the homeward wanderings of Odysseus, after the capture of Troy.

Common misspellings for odyssey:



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This graph shows how "odyssey" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for odyssey:

  1. Ogilby's other important ventures were the large Odyssey of 1665, and the Aesop's Fables of the same year, with plates by Hollar, D. Stoop, and F. Barlow, and two portraits of the translator engraved respectively by Pierre Lambert and W. Faithorne. – Fine Books by Alfred W. Pollard
  2. The Augustan translator strove to give his work " elegance, energy, and fire," and despite the false elegance, we can still feel something of true energy and fire as we read the Iliad and the Odyssey – Early Theories of Translation by Flora Ross Amos

Quotes for odyssey:

  1. I read the Odyssey because it was the story of a man who returned home after being absent for more than twenty years and was recognized only by his dog.
  2. It doesn't seem to me that anyone has discovered much that's new since the Iliad or the Odyssey.
  3. The Odyssey is the story of someone who, in the course of diverse experiences, acquires a personality or affirms and recovers his personality.
  4. Ulysses finds himself unchanged, aside from his experience, at the end of his odyssey.
  5. I read The Odyssey all the time. I always get something out of it.

Rhymes for odyssey:

  1. geodesy;