Examples of anatomize in a Sentence
if you anatomize the problem, you'll see it stems from a combination of her bad behavior and your unwillingness to speak to her about it
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This is just one of many intergenerational failings that Kafka anatomizes.
Maybe gay shame is itself being appropriated, or merging with the common human shame that writers have been anatomizing since Adam and Eve.
In part, Zettelmaier’s story anatomizes the jealousy that arises when an artist like Virginie has to step aside (or stay in the shadows) while someone else grabs the glory.
Jeremy Stahl anatomizes a shameless act of exploitation.
This timely history anatomizes two bitterly opposed women’s movements, tracing a connection between 1977 and 2016, when Donald Trump, looking to replace an avowedly feminist President, assiduously courted Schlafly.
This is big-picture theater, which takes a long view down the corridors of power to anatomize the psyches of the men and women who determine the fate of nations.
The above might be a rich scene for a political novelist to anatomize and dramatize, no doubt, but there is a problem.
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