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To have been emblematical, the gall should have been presented to the bride.
WOMAN: MAN'S EQUALTHOMAS WEBSTER
He is of opinion that ye picture of St. George was only emblematical.
MYTH-LANDF. EDWARD HULME
Nine leaves containing nine emblematical engravings, each with six metrical lines beneath.
Nor should it aim at picture-making, however it may be adapted to the emblematical.
They are emblematical of the character of the maidens, and have a well-understood language of their own, which is rhythmical.
Female devotees are married to a sword or dagger, as emblematical of union to the divinity to which they have been devoted.
TARAPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
In another place there was an emblematical pageant representing peace and plenty.
MARGARET OF ANJOUJACOB ABBOTT.
The character for wisdom and the emblematical attributes, especially the owl, are the same for both.
The seven steps were emblematical of the seven worlds which constituted the Indian universe.
On the other side was the prow of a ship, which might be emblematical of the fact that money is necessary to keep one above water.
THE COMIC HISTORY OF ROMEGILBERT ABBOTT BECKET

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