Examples of symbolize in a Sentence
She came to symbolize the women's movement in America.
the flag symbolizes our country
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Fixer Upper’s impact on Waco is best symbolized by downtown’s Magnolia Market at the Silos.
One of the enduring images of the Iraq invasion was the toppling of a large Saddam Hussein statue in Firdos Square on April 9, 2003, that came to symbolize the fall of the mad tyrant’s bloodthirsty regime.
Many riders, meanwhile, felt increasingly uncomfortable using the app, which had come to symbolize gig-economy exploitation.
That effort symbolizes the interdependence that characterizes the real relationship between aging white America and increasingly diverse younger America -- no matter how hard alarmists like Carlson try to divide them.
Meb Keflezighi, a marathoner who came to symbolize resiliency and the Boston Strong spirit after the Marathon bombing, will be back in Hopkinton this April to run the Boston Marathon again.
Prices are often cheap and upkeep can fall behind, as illustrated by the photos of giant piles of broken bikes that have come to symbolize the trend.
By that same token, a sign like Pisces, which is symbolized by the Fish, may have an easier time, since fish can swim in all directions, McGuirk explains.
Perhaps the Devil card will come to represent an ex-lover, while the Two of Wands will symbolize a new job.
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Definition of symbolize for English Language Learners
: to be a symbol of (something)
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