Before adverting to the most serious fact it is as well to epitomize the political action which has created it.
They epitomize all the thought, passion, and poetry of a nation and of a period.
Perhaps the tendency of modern journalism is to epitomize too much.
They epitomize the moral and intellectual life of the artist.
"You epitomize it beautifully," said Mr. Caryll, with a reversion to his habitual manner.
Doesn't that epitomize the contempt of the highlander for the lowlander?
They seemed to epitomize not merely a nation, not merely a flag, but the unbreakable sanctity of human rights and human life.
But did he epitomize all science in his own person as Hippocrates did and Galen and Aristotle?
I extended one arm with a gesture intended to epitomize great majesty.
To epitomize the facts; the total of London hospitals or infirmaries with wards for the sick amounts to 49.
epitomize 1590s, from epitome + -ize. Related: Epitomized; epitomizing; epitomizes.