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Definition of "epitomization" []

  • To be a personification of; typify (verb)
  • To make an epitome of (verb)

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Use "epitomization" in a sentence
  • "This country's Founders, the epitomization of Enlightenment thinking on this side of the Atlantic, would be aghast at today's America."
  • "He is probably an epitomization of a whole age when people grew up and he was fun for the age and for us."
  • "That which is best for the individual; not on either the animal or the spiritual plane alone; but in every lawful expression of the nature; the epitomization, and spiritualization of all past "karma" from the sod up to God."
  • "That which is best for the individual; not on either the animal or the spiritual plane alone; but in every lawful expression of the nature; the epitomization, and spiritualization of all past "karma" from the sod up to God."
  • "This is the epitomization of greed on Wall Street."
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