Examples of emblematic in a Sentence
the dove is emblematic of the organization's mission to bring some peace to a troubled world
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McGarity's change of thinking is emblematic of the way college athletics now work.
More than any other living tech leader, Zuckerberg is emblematic of his company.
Unfortunately for the Bengals, the end result of that late third quarter play in Sunday’s loss at Pittsburgh was emblematic of the struggles the team has faced in a facet of the offense that was once a dynamic strength.
At 9-feet-tall, the men are larger than life, but emblematic of the pop movement.
That series was emblematic of South Carolina’s 23-13 loss Saturday night to Kentucky, which beat the Gamecocks for a fourth straight time.
The focus here is very much on the online experience, an emblematic example of an industry trend away from big-budget single-player games.
Since Donna Karan founded Donna Karan New York in 1984, her clothes have been emblematic of working women, from Hillary Clinton as First Lady to Candice Bergen’s Murphy Brown.
Wolfe Moore’s response is emblematic of lawmakers interviewed.
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