Thesaurus / sums up
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The name of the last movement to be referred to sums up all the others, Sinn Fein.

The name of Thomas Nast overshadows and sums up American political caricature.

Miss Letchford sums up Lady Burton as "a most beautiful and charming woman, with many lovely ideas, but many foolish ones."

It sums up very happily the results of his activity and conduct.

The Life of Francis MarionWilliam Gilmore Simms

These he sums up at the end, challenging 557Sokrates to solve the puzzles before affirming his thesis.

AristotleGeorge Grote

"No," he continued, with the air of one who sums up to a conclusion.

Little Miss GrouchSamuel Hopkins Adams

It sums up all his long, slow development in political science, lays the abiding foundation of everything he thought thereafter.

LincolnNathaniel Wright Stephenson

Here, however, Paul sums up briefly all the fruits of faith, in love.

This sums up, to the master's satisfaction, everything the pupil need do to correct this particular fault of tone-production.

As a rule the epithet "clean-minded" sums up not merely a mental condition, but a method of life.

Too Old for DollsAnthony Mario Ludovici


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