Epitomize in a sentence

Use Epitomize in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] ;to be a typical example; to be typified; characterized;

The bows in my mother’s and sister’s hair, and my red bow tie and horn-rimmed glasses epitomize the look of the 1960s.

The Senator seems to epitomize America’s purpose – a true melting pot and the wonders of freedom.

Her on-screen persona often matched her own independent personality, and she came to epitomize the “modern woman” in 20th century America.

He epitomized resistance , tenacity and suffering .

Penny candies epitomized this transformation of candy .

Ms. Hubert epitomizes a strong black woman on the screen and off .

These websites epitomise the symbiosis of creative design and technology .

Germany lies at the heart of Europe and thus epitomises it .

That smile epitomized him as the Artful Dodger !

Racial supremacist groups such as Neo-Nazis epitomize ethnic terrorists, though other violent ethnic supremacist groups qualify.