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 Iron Bowl epitomizes the hard road the Crimson Tide had to travel to reach the Sugar Bowl.
Amid claims to pack pistols, get it on with everyone else’s girl and smoke copious amounts of dope, Pump does epitomize the subgenre’s shrugging playfulness.
Nobody epitomizes the Dodgers’ current journey more than their free-spirited, 26-year-old right fielder who, since joining the team at the start of its division-title run in 2013, has run the gamut from star to scorned and now back to star again.
With a relentless lineup, flawless relief pitching and a collective charisma epitomized by the bat-flipping Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers are still unbeaten in the postseason and off to a strong start in the NL Championship Series.
The filmmakers pulled back to a building in Hollywood with a rooftop view that epitomized the L.A. dream.
Antonio Mohamed’s Monterrey—a team that epitomizes direct football—cares very little about possession.
The story of KoChix epitomizes how immigrants can transcend ethnic food boundaries and cater to other communities.
Many of the entrepreneurs featured in the survey have rags-to-riches backgrounds that epitomize the sharp ascent of the world’s second-largest economy in the span of a decade.
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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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