allegorical[ al-i-gawr-i-kuh l, or al-i-gawr-ik; -gor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF allegorical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLEGORICAL
“Red garments,” colors, here all have an allegorical meaning.
There remains to be said a word or two concerning its allegorical meaning.
Their truck has on it what they call "an allegorical figure."
That is what I want to say to you in allegorical language, Barbara.
But such legends were considered by most commentators as allegorical fables.
They speak in allegorical form in glowing songs of wine and love.
The performance was then suddenly changed to an allegorical ballet.
The allegorical is that which is shadowy and doth but exist in the fantasy.
The phnix may be regarded as an allegorical type, like most mythological fables.
A hermitess expounds the allegorical meaning of the adventure.