Noun(1) a standard or typical example(2) a brief abstract (as of an article or book
(1) These people have become the epitome and complete personification of Greed and Corruption.(2) Truly, Jun was the epitome of a perfect leader for anyone and everyone to follow and Chase readily admitted to that - a thing that he seldom did.(3) This is all highly wonderful and simply the epitome of science fiction writing, but I'm truly excited to inform you that the best is still to come.(4) I hated superficiality, and the popular people were the very epitome of it.(5) Although flexible and graceful were not the words I'd use to describe our tai chi motions, our instructors William and Pandora were the epitome of suppleness and elegance.(6) She was the epitome of all Rubensian models and appears in many of his late works, not only in portraits but in the guise of various saints and deities.(7) she looked the epitome of elegance and good taste(8) The whole place is practically the epitome of ├ö├ç├┐timeless elegance├ö├ç├û.(9) I pictured her to be the epitome of Southern beauty.(10) He was described by the man who nominated him for the award as ├ö├ç├┐the epitome of quality leadership in the modern educational era├ö├ç├û.(11) Bob and Marcie (not their real names; in fact, they are not real people) are the very epitome of the Silicon Valley lifestyle.(12) In public our relationship was the epitome of a perfect, loving relationship.(13) In the Netherlands there was initially a craving for all things French, for France represented the epitome of modernity and luxury.(14) Smoking is an evil, deadly addiction, and for smokers to insist on blowing their foul pollution onto other people is the very epitome of senseless selfishness.(15) In many ways Detroit is the epitome of the materialist paradigm, a place where the mechanical worldview was perfected.(16) Kate is the epitome of ladylike elegance with poker straight posture, a svelte figure and a confident yet warm personality.
(1) in epitome :: yn ymgorfforiad
1. personification ::
2. embodiment ::
3. incarnation ::
4. paragon ::
5. essence ::
6. quintessence ::
7. archetype ::
8. paradigm ::
9. exemplar ::
10. model ::
11. soul ::
12. example ::
13. height ::
Different Formsepitome, epitomes
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I love cats.
They're the EPITOME of indifference.
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English to Welsh Dictionary: epitome
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