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Sentence count:137+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-10Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: folkexplorepolka dotfoldcolorColor.unfoldfollowMeaning: ['fəʊklɔr /-lɔː]  n. the unwritten literature (stories and proverbs and riddles and songs) of a culture. 
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1, The victory became part of sporting folklore.
2, Her books are often based on folklore and fairy-tales.
3, I am interested in anything pertaining to folklore.
4, This village has its own traditional dress, cuisine, folklore and handicrafts.
5, According to popular folklore, anyone who owns such a picture will have bad luck.
6, The story rapidly became part of family folklore.
7, This region is steeped in folklore and tradition.
8, The war still resounds in the country's folklore.
9, In Irish folklore, the leprechaun had a large piece of gold.
10, In Chinese folklore the bat is an emblem of good fortune.
11, There is a grain of truth in all folklore and legend.
12, Local folklore has it that prehistoric men drove cattle over these cliffs.
13, Immemorial folklore confirmed the division of tasks.
14, It merges into folklore,( myth and legend.
15, A great scholarly compendium of folklore and legends.
16, Within folklore it is always the first theme, that of restoration, which occurs.
17, The flora and fauna and even the folklore of his adopted Arizona home are a big theme.
18, An expert in Norman folklore proceeds to argue that the whole thing is too complicated.
19, And area folklore has them pegged as compulsive shoplifters, sugar addicts and tax scofflaws.
20, According to local folklore the contractor, who went bankrupt, was the first inmate detained for non payment of debts.
21, But barn owls, famed in folklore for their eerie screech and ghostly white plumage, are declining in Britain.
22, First off, there are our own prejudices, part folklore,[] part superstitious fear.
23, But as folklore will tell you, the Net treats censorship like an obstacle to go around.
24, Bands appear in the streets, and folklore groups are dancing and singing in the central reservations and gardens of Funchal.
25, Arguments between directors and stars are part of the folklore of Hollywood.
26, Over the millennia it has come to be surrounded by a dense thicket of folklore.
27, Above all, war inspires the simplification of normal complexities into the heroism of folklore.
28, On a perhaps less exalted level, the station has passed into folklore.
29, That Jim Barksdale chose the last option and became chief of Netscape is now the stuff of internet folklore.
30, It is interesting that certain numbers seem to occur frequently in folklore, particularly three, seven and nine.
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