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The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • n. An account or recital of an event or a series of events, either true or fictitious, as:
  • n. An account or report regarding the facts of an event or group of events: The witness changed her story under questioning.
  • n. An anecdote: came back from the trip with some good stories.
  • n. A lie: told us a story about the dog eating the cookies.
  • n. A usually fictional prose or verse narrative intended to interest or amuse the hearer or reader; a tale.
  • n. A short story.
  • n. The plot of a narrative or dramatic work.
  • n. A news article or broadcast.
  • n. Something viewed as or providing material for a literary or journalistic treatment: "He was colorful, he was charismatic, he was controversial, he was a good story” ( Terry Ann Knopf).
  • n. The background information regarding something: What's the story on these unpaid bills?
  • n. Romantic legend or tradition: a hero known to us in story.
  • v. To decorate with scenes representing historical or legendary events.
  • v. Archaic To tell as a story.
  • n. A complete horizontal division of a building, constituting the area between two adjacent levels.
  • n. The set of rooms on the same level of a building.
  • Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • n. A sequence of real or fictional causal events; or, an account of such a sequence.
  • n. A lie.
  • n. A floor or level of a building; a storey.
  • n. A soap opera.
  • n. History.
  • n. A sequence of events, or a situation, such as might be related in an account.
  • v. To tell as a story; to relate or narrate about.
  • the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  • n. A set of rooms on the same floor or level; a floor, or the space between two floors. Also, a horizontal division of a building's exterior considered architecturally, which need not correspond exactly with the stories within.
  • n. A narration or recital of that which has occurred; a description of past events; a history; a statement; a record.
  • n. The relation of an incident or minor event; a short narrative; a tale; especially, a fictitious narrative less elaborate than a novel; a short romance.
  • n. A euphemism or child's word for “a lie;” a fib.
  • v. To tell in historical relation; to make the subject of a story; to narrate or describe in story.
  • The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • n. A connected account or narration, oral or written, of events of the past; history.
  • n. An account of an event or incident; a relation; a recital: as, stories of bravery.
  • n. In lit., a narrative, either true or fictitious, in prose or verse; a tale, written in a more or less imaginative style, of that which has happened or is supposed to have happened; specifically, a fictitious tale, shorter and less elaborate than a novel; a short romance; a folk-tale.
  • n. The facts or events in a given case considered in their sequence, whether related or not; the experience or career of an individual: as, the story of a foundling; his is a sad story.
  • n. An anecdote: as, a speech abounding in good stories.
  • n. A report; an account; a statement; anything told: often used slightingly: as, according to his story, he did wonders.
  • n. A falsehood; a lie; a fib.
  • n. The plot or intrigue of a novel or drama: as, many persons read a novel, or are interested in a play, only for the story.
  • n. A scene from history, legend, or romance, depicted by means of painting, sculpture, needlework, or other art of design.
  • n. Synonyms Relation, Narration, etc. (see account); record, chronicle, annals.
  • n. Anecdote, Story. See anecdote.
  • n. Tale, fiction, fable, tradition, legend.
  • n. Memoir, life, biography.
  • To tell or describe in historical relation; make the subject of a narrative, tale, or legend; relate.
  • To ornament with sculptured or painted scenes from history or legend. Compare storied.
  • To relate; narrate.
  • n. A building; an edifice.
  • n. A stage or floor of a building; hence, a subdivision of the height of a house; a set of rooms on the same level or floor.
  • To destroy.
  • WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • n. a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
  • n. a piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events
  • n. a trivial lie
  • n. a record or narrative description of past events
  • n. a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale
  • n. a short account of the news
  • Verb Form
    storied    stories    storying   
    Cross Reference
    storied    storey   
    storied    storying   
    Words with the same meaning
    history    statement    record    tale    floor    stage    contignation    basement    clerestory    flat   
    Words with the same terminal sound
    Corey    Corrie    Cory    Dorey    Dorrie    Florey    Florrie    Flory    Gorey    Korey   
    Same Context
    Words that are found in similar contexts
    tale    picture    history    book    account    name    event    song    objective    cup