emblem

[ em-bluhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF emblem

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBLEM

The plane in which we travelled bore the emblem of the World Patrol.

Forever it should be the emblem of crime and disaster beneath its shadow.

It is as an emblem of remembrance that rosemary is most frequently used by the old poets.

Burned into his bare flesh was the emblem of their legendary sun-god.

The worth of the thing signified must vindicate our taste for the emblem.

The stranger was painted dead black and displayed no emblem.

I mean to keep this—an emblem of a sorrow and a shame which should not be forgotten.

Nor was I myself—I shame to own it—an emblem of perfect forgiveness.

What an emblem, to my thinking, were they both of the dynasties they represented!

It should be the emblem of peace on earth and good will among men.

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