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adjective as in illustrated

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Lyft driver Bruce Blood, 33, said a nightmarish ordeal exemplifying his own lack of control over his work had led him to oppose Prop 22.

The potential of the approach is exemplified by a VPP built by electric vehicle maker Tesla and the South Australian state government.

His life and his death, according to his attorney, exemplified the failures of that system.

His life and his death exemplified the failures of that system, Lechman said.

It’s easier for readers to get a mental grip on a story that exemplifies the problem than an abstract statement of it.

Later, Edwards noted that many of his youngest members “clearly exemplified” what he called the universal holiness of life.

For a short period in early colonial Virginia, it was possible to flourish as an African, as exemplified by Anthony Johnson.

The family spirit seems to be exemplified by something her sister, Valarie Carey, posted online about herself.

That is the spirit Graham exemplified in the Senate on this bill.

This is exemplified by the recent election in Italy, which has seemingly left the government in disarray.

But in nothing is the inartistic character of English smoking so conspicuously exemplified as in the use of 'lights.'

By this illustration the native ferocity of the eighteenth-century caricaturists is glaringly exemplified.

The incidents that exemplified the leading doctrines of the faith, says Kugler, were chosen in preference to others.

Most beautifully was this truth exemplified in the closing scenes of the life of this truly noble and good man.

In the Perfect System it is singular in being exemplified by two different octaves, viz.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exemplified, such as: adorned, decorated, embellished, illuminated, delineated, and depicted.

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