fable

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  • Fable II includes various characters both new and old to the series.
  • Various fables were created out of their association in both Classical and later times.
  • The slaves used stories and fables in much the same way as they used music.
  • According to this fable, once upon a time there lived a king with thirty sons.
  • He sent articles to many newspapers, and also wrote several short stories and fables.
  • It's going to tell you the fable at the center of the story.
  • Fable is a role-playing video game where players control their character from a third person perspective.
  • The children's fable is about ten birds trying to find a way to cross the river.
  • He is also set to produce Fables, based on the comic book series.
  • Some artists painted more than one version of episodes from the fable.
  • Fables can be found in the literature of almost every country.
  • An alternative fable with the same moral concerning different animals is less well known.
  • Understanding this makes understanding how this cultural fable may have come about much easier.
  • His fables are some of the best known in all of Mexico.
  • Looking back, I feel I was had and the whole thing was a fable.
  • I never saw so beautiful a little creature, appearing more like a fable than a reality. Cited from Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals, by Mrs. R. Lee
  • He is recognized by his focus on the fables and traditional stories.
  • He also makes an appearance in the Fables series of comic books.
  • He asked many questions along the way and did not take folk tale and fable as truth.
  • The title has absolutely nothing to do with the famous fable which inspired the title.
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Words starting with fable

Meaning of fable

  • noun A short moral story (often with animal characters)