epitomize : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of
- Whether standing before a column of tanks, refusing to give up a bus seat or suffering a tragic death in the chaos of a Tehran street protest, these figures came to epitomize and .
- Few epitomize the melding of reggae and gangsta cultures more than Banton, who is one of the nation's most popular dance-hall singers.
- They epitomize Bell's trademark combination of deep cultural savviness and deeper piety.
- John Paxson in SI.com
He really does epitomize everything I had hoped for as a person and a basketball player,general manager John Paxson said. "I think it's one of the reasons we've gotten to the level we're at this year. I'm truly proud of him. I think the...
- Tony Gwynn in USA Today
You epitomize to me what is good about the game,Gwynn told Ripken. "The way you went about your business, the way you played the game and, more importantly, the way you dealt with people. You set a great example for all of us."
- Doug Wilson in ESPN
Both these guys epitomize what hockey players are all about,Wilson said in a phone interview. "Both of these guys make us a better organization today. Nobody competed harder than these guys, and when they speak, people listen. I think both...