- a person or thing that is typical of or possesses to a high degree the features of a whole class: He is the epitome of goodness.
- a condensed account, especially of a literary work; abstract.
epitome 的近义词 15 个
epitome 的反义词 5 个
- Maurice “Rocket” Richard was the best hockey player on the planet then — the epitome of a goal scorer8 — but he was also a bit of a cheap-shot artist.
- Then there’s Elizabeth — who is chocolate brown and described as “the epitome of decorum and grace.”
- Bezos has become a subject of public fascination and, on the left, public ire as an epitome of America’s billionaire class, especially since rising to the No.
- The resume of Atlanta’s Younghoe Koo is the epitome of a winding NFL kicking career.
- The house meal, then, is the epitome of comfort food —not in the broad sense, but when and how it actually matters.
- It was the epitome of Kim Kardashian, and a fitting summation of the Year of Butt.
- He really is the epitome of the cliché “women want him and men want to be him.”
- All in all, Bates strikes me as a good upstanding Englishman—the epitome of stiff-upper-lip resolve and restraint.
- Tanny came to be known as the epitome of a Balanchine dancer, with her long legs and graceful, fluid lines.
- They are the epitome of old-school rationality and refinement—or at least they were until now.
- To this end they spread a distorted epitome of his favourite views, amongst their retainers.
- We have given an epitome of the development of the submarine vessel up to the opening of the twentieth century.
- Chaucer refers us to Aleyn's description on account of its unmerciful length; it was hopeless to attempt even an epitome of it.
- Your average woman shopping is the epitome of irresolution, or so it seems to the man.
- The Epitome of Gemistus Pletho, referred to above, is of great value, and held in the highest estimation by all editors.