But, perhaps, he may not be quite so miserable as he is represented.
I am sure you could not have represented what I proposed fairly: I am sure you could not.
Is, then, the change from Old to New Comedy as great as has been represented?
He represented that no vindication was necessary, and that none could be of any use.
Her contract with existence, as represented by that man standing over there, was at an end.
Sometimes it is represented by the cause, and sometimes the effect.
It represented scorn for which Mrs. Blair could find no adequate utterance.
Days when books were often represented by a bank-book and a roughly-kept day-book.
Oh, it was not for me, but for what I represented in his eyes.
It represented a little girl, on Palm Sunday, carrying branches of palm.