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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Bhumibol, who took to the throne in 1946, came to symbolize continuity and unity.
Friday’s conviction of the head of Samsung symbolizes a turning point in South Korea’s political economy.
The winged trio is said by some to symbolize the Holy Trinity and is an elegant example of theophany, or the appearance of a deity, in a painting.
The massive church has also come to symbolize a challenge facing the Pentecostal Church in Brazil.
The night of the Cup-clinching eighth playoff win, a pair of Detroit storeowners snuck a octopus into the game and threw it onto the ice, the eight legs symbolizing Detroit’s eight playoff wins.
Christopher Bell’s young racing career might best be symbolized by ancient Rome’s Janus, the god of beginnings, transitions and passages, and endings.
To this day, an ambulance siren symbolizes a precious life and brings a prayer to my lips for its occupant.
Good schools attract employers and home buyers, and nothing symbolizes a thriving public education system like new buildings.
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