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She typified that youth and hope that he had felt slipping away from him.

It was the rush and roar of rain that he typified, and it stopped him, for no voice could be heard in it.

Ptah typified at once the working power and the truthfulness of God.

And so God, by this sprinkling, has typified the spiritual sprinkling.

He typified the spirit of joy to me—there was never a moment when he had not some vivid plan for me.

Americanism as typified by Claude Leslie is a new revelation.

His Fellowship of the Zoo is typified by pictures of various animals.

I've been sorry ever since that I didn't buy it, for it typified me so precisely.

How wonderfully this is typified in Aaron and the holy crown.

It is typified by the stone cut out of the mountain that is to fill the world.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, "to represent by a symbol," from Latin typus (see type (n.)) + -fy. Meaning "to serve as a typical specimen of some class, etc." is attested from 1854.

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