Examples of epitomize in a Sentence
This student's struggles epitomize the trouble with our schools.
his personal code of behavior on the playing field is epitomized by his favorite saying, “Nice guys finish last”
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The play that best epitomized the Titans’ third quarter surge and the Seahawks’ defensive lull: Running back DeMarco Murray romped 75 yards downfield and outran just about every Seahawks defensive player on his way to the end zone.
He and Silver once epitomized Albany's backroom political culture by hammering out deals on the state budget and legislation in closed-door negotiating sessions with Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
It is epitomized by the steady rise of National Front leader Marine Le Pen, who blurs the lines between immigration, Islamism, and terrorism.
His desire to lead as an advocate for children through telling his story of overcoming challenges, while continuing to work hard as an NFL athlete epitomizes the traits that NFL Man of the Year represents each year.
Clinton in Oklahoma City and Obama in Tucson/Newtown/Charleston/Orlando epitomized modern presidential outreach to salve the nation’s wounds.
In a dizzying sequence of events Monday, President Donald Trump appeared to align himself with both sides of the escalating Republican civil war, epitomizing the turmoil racking the party, and his own chameleon-like political style.
Del Rio epitomizes the fight the Gators have shown the past two games.
The Brewers’ day was epitomized by an adventurous and productive dash around the bases in the third inning by Orlando Arcia, who was on first base when Suter tapped a ball toward shortstop Ruben Tejada.
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First Known Use of epitomize
Synonymsabstract, boil down, brief, digest, encapsulate, summarize, outline, recap, recapitulate, reprise, sum up, synopsize, wrap up
Related Wordsabridge, condense, curtail, cut back, shorten; downsize, shrink; concentrate, consolidate; decoct, essentialize; simplify, streamline
Near Antonymselongate, extend, lengthen, prolong, protract; amplify, elaborate (on or upon), enlarge (on or upon), expand, supplement
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