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duology Syllabification: du·ol·o·gy
Pronunciation: /ˌd(y)o͞oˈäləjē/

Definition of duology in English:

noun (plural duologies)

A pair of related novels, plays, or movies.
Example sentences
  • The trilogy and duology achieved integrated plots, but the episodic nature of the season lent it a fractured feel.
  • My favorite movie of his is Waking Life, though the Before duology has been creeping up.
  • And now that I am finished with this one, a sequel has taken hold of my imagination, titled Lady Of Monochrome - promising to make this a duology.

Origin

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

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