emblematical

[ em-bluh-mat-ik or em-bluh-mat-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF emblematical
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This I accepted as emblematical of the struggle for post and place in railway times.

The "water" and the "blood" are emblematical of a double operation.

Their condition is emblematical of their sins while in life.

He is of opinion that ye picture of St. George was only emblematical.

The needle was emblematical of the sword or the dagger; the letter 'M' stands for mort.

"No, sir," said the stranger, as he felt the emblematical skin curiously.

In its character the monument is not less unique than emblematical.

To have been emblematical, the gall should have been presented to the bride.

The lion, emblematical of Omnipotence, is also the apt allegory of the Resurrection.

He vaguely felt that it was portentous and emblematical, for that evening the brightness of the West seemed to beckon him.

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