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odyssey

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NAmE//ˈɑdəsi//
 
[singular] (literary)
 
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a long journey full of experiences From the Odyssey, a Greek poem that is said to have been written by Homer, about the adventures of Odysseus. After a battle in Troy, Odysseus had to spend ten years traveling before he could return home.
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