odyssey

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See also: Odyssey

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Etymology[edit]

From Odyssey, from Ancient Greek Ὀδυσσεία (Odusseía, the story of Odysseus).

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Noun[edit]

odyssey (plural odysseys)

  1. An extended adventurous voyage.
    • 2018 July 8, Euan McKirdy & Hilary Whiteman, “Thai cave rescue: Divers enter cave to free boys”, in edition.cnn.com[1], CNN, retrieved 2018-07-08:
      Many have been sharing cartoons praying for a successful conclusion to the Wild Boar team's odyssey, hoping that it will end in their safe rescue.
  2. An intellectual or spiritual quest.

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