epitomise epitomise


  • (v) embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of



  • Russia Risks Becoming a 'Raw Materials Colony' for China

    Russia's economy is being crippled by Soviet-era industrial policies and is in dire need of modernisation, writes Professor Stefan Hedlund in World Review. But the bulk of the industrial base is located in company towns, known as monotowns, that epitomise the federation's countrywide industrial decline. 'Unemployment in these towns of sometimes hundreds of thousands is often double or even ...
    on February 4, 2014     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "On behalf of all the Indians, I congratulate Pankaj Advani on winning the World Professional Billiards Championship, the highest achievement in the game. Advani's talent and determination epitomise the true spirit of sportsmanship," Singh said...
    on Sep 8, 2009 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Press Trust of India

  2. "These sort of games epitomise why we play rugby, for the enjoyment," said Vickerman, who played Super rugby for the ACT Brumbies and NSW Waratahs. "It's an amateur game and everybody out there is putting their body on the line and enjoying...
    on Dec 11, 2009 By: Dan Vickerman Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. Simon Cowell added: "I think you epitomise everything that is good about this show. It's about spirit and character and that's what you have."
    on Jun 3, 2010 By: Simon Cowell Source: Scottish Daily Record

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anachronistic anachronistic
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