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Definition of "allegorizing" []

  • Present participle of allegorize. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "allegorizing" in a sentence
  • "Course of Empire was itself a new take on a previous series, taking the old manufacturing buildings of Ruscha's Blue Collar Paintings of the early '90s and their angled perspective, and allegorizing the changes of globalism and economic decline."
  • "Obviously allegorizing the man's name for thematic impact, London portrays Fortune as feeling that Fortune's own account of how he came to murder Randolph is enunciated in classic deterministic terms."
  • "It was Adolf Julicher who sounded the death – knell in allegorizing the Parables that had bedeviled their interpretation throughout the centuries."