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tril·o·gy / ˈtriləjē/ • n. (pl. -gies) a group of three related novels, plays, films, operas, or albums. ∎  (in ancient Greece) a series of three tragedies performed one after the other. ∎ fig. a group or series of three related things: a trilogy of cases reflected this development.

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trilogy

trilogy XIX. — Gr. trilogíā; see TRI-, -LOGY.

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