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In a Homeric manner; in the style of Homer or the Homeric poems. Later also in extended use: on an epic or grand scale.
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in John Jortin (1698–1770), ecclesiastical historian and literary critic. Either from Homerical + -ly, or from Homeric + -ally.
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