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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXEMPLIFIED

This remark is exemplified in the history of Isaac and Rebekah.

And I may say, too, that they are most hospitable to the traveler, as our own experience with them exemplified.

This may be exemplified by the account which is given of the deluge in Triad 13.

For what is the peculiarity of the Rhizopods, exemplified by the Amœba?

Has not the exercise of it been exemplified in the inquisition?

We have seen this exemplified in the course of the present war.

This is exemplified in the story told of him and Parrhasius.

It is, indeed, exemplified in many of our schools, as a visit to them will clearly manifest.

The difference of their characters was exemplified upon this occasion.

It illustrated, explained and exemplified, but it did not argue nor dogmatize.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "to illustrate by examples, to instruct by (good) example," from Medieval Latin exemplificare "to illustrate," from Latin exemplum (see example). Meaning "to serve as an example" is recorded from 1793. Related: Exemplified; exemplifies; exemplifying.

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