[ fohk-lawr-ik, -lohr- ]
/ ˈfoʊkˌlɔr ɪk, -ˌloʊr- /
based on or resembling folklore: folkloric music.
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whimsical, storied, allegorical, mythic, unreal, fictitious, fabled, legendary, fanciful, imaginary, chimerical, fabulous, fantasy, made-up, nonexistent, pretended, traditional, untrue, visionary, fictive
Origin of folkloric
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Examples from the Web for folkloric
Alone among American sports, arguably, baseball is both art and commerce, with a folkloric tradition approaching religion.
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