Definition of epical in English:



See epic

  • ‘The climax, the Battle of Little Big Horn, could have been an exciting, even epical, scene, but it was poorly staged.’
  • ‘The man's imagination may not be redemptive, but it can at least be epical.’
  • ‘Some have theorized that comic books serve the modern function of the epical myth.’
  • ‘He proved that his seemingly limited minuet couplet could, in its own special way, undertake the epical.’
  • ‘During their epical wanderings the dreaming ancestors placed spirits and humans in or on the land.’