- to contain or represent in small compass; serve as a typical example of; typify: This meadow epitomizes the beauty of the whole area.
- to make an epitome of: to epitomize an argument.
- Selflessness sets Ted apart most from so many other TV protagonists framed as epitomizing masculinity.
- The lookalike ads epitomized the successful sales strategy of a booming sector—guilt-tripping parents to get them to spend their hard-earned money on a shot at giving their kids the brightest possible future.
- Burd’s character epitomizes the exact way not to approach K-pop.
- Today he epitomizes the new generation of asynchronous workers who during the pandemic have taken flexible working to the next level.
- DarkSide, which emerged last August, epitomized this new breed.
- The transportation service—and others like it—epitomize what the sharing economy is all about.
- Smart and ambitious, he seemed to epitomize the success of that northern migration experienced by millions of southern blacks.
- The brand soon came to epitomize both the best and worst parts of the culture.
- We have created a romanticized image that mothers are supposed to be sexless and epitomize the perfect homemaker.
- Boiled down, shoveling snow and helping the stranded epitomize governing.
- We city dwellers think of robins as harbingers of spring, and all that, and they epitomize the bird world.
- And what a little thing thus to epitomize the whole hopeless standstill of their circumstances!
- Proverbs, indeed, exemplify and epitomize the essentially literary type of thinking and speaking.
- Children the world over epitomize in their habits and thoughts the infancy of the human race.
- Before adverting to the most serious fact it is as well to epitomize the political action which has created it.