symbolism

[ sim-buh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF symbolism

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"Give Mrs. Bowlder my regards," said the journalist, comprehending the symbolism.

It would have been better if you hadn't ventured on symbolism.

The Children of Light could see the symbolism quick as a wink.

But only as inseparable from the Symbolism, the under-tow, of his imagination.

He must be a dullard indeed who fails to understand their symbolism.

The mass of minds needs a religion of mythics, legend, symbolism, and fear.

Back of all the minute detail of wedding custom there is a symbolism.

Then, reverting to the symbolism of the bread, He reiterated: "I am the bread of life."

It has in its symbolism almost the same significance as the Sun itself has to the Earth.

People born in this period are represented in the Zodiac by the symbolism of the twins.

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