depict

[ dih-pikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF depict

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPICT

Shakespeare is perfectly willing to depict Hotspur as scorning the arts.

With what pencil and on what kind of plate could one depict it?

The painter would not depict every twig, as would the naturalist.

I cannot depict to you my surprise at hearing him speak in this way.

With Joan at his side he moved in a mental paradise which no language could depict.

No language can depict the grief and despair of France at his death.

She knew him, if not better than I do myself, at least, better than I am able to depict to you.

To endeavour to depict some instances of this, I have set about my present undertaking.

He does not depict little saints, or incorrigible rascals, but just boys.

Why should we linger on a scene which each heart can depict for itself?

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