exemplify

[ ig-zem-pluh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF exemplify

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXEMPLIFY

If he succeeds, he will, of course, exemplify the wisdom of having two strings to his bow.

To the sound ou he prefixes an e (hard to exemplify otherwise than orally).

France has a right to exemplify the Jacquard in its fulness, for it is hers.

Truly they exemplify the old proverb, "Some must sow, that others may reap."

In No. 88, the eaglets also exemplify the disposition of charges upon a Bend.

Every thing serves to exemplify, to illustrate man's misery.

At the utmost they do but exemplify the aphorism, "Knowledge is power."

He then- 97 - goes on to exemplify the survival of the fittest, though in other words.

A story of my friend's, which was received with incredulous laughter, will exemplify this.

Zurich and Zwingle were to exemplify this mournful lesson of history.

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