Definition of duology in English:


Line breaks: du|ology
Pronunciation: /djuːˈɒlədʒi

noun (plural duologies)

  • A pair of related novels, plays, or films.
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    • Duologies are a rare occurrence in horror as well as film in general.
    • I find that I like duologies a lot better than trilogies and quadrilogies so I was wondering if anyone could give me a list of some.
    • The trilogy and duology achieved integrated plots, but the episodic nature of the season lent it a fractured feel.


mid 19th century: from duo- 'two', on the pattern of trilogy.

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