That's emblematic: the group's work is cut out for them, but thus far only raises more questions than it answers.
But most emblematic of his bravery, I think, was his commitment to reason.
Whatever the true source, there are few foods as emblematic of Creole-Cajun cooking as this shrimp, meat, and rice stew.
Dionel Delgado, 29, is emblematic of financially successful Cuban artists.
However exactly the timeline unfolded, the fracas is emblematic of the White House's lack of political savvy.
The priests of Isis yearly dedicated to her a new ship (emblematic of the Yoni), laden with the first fruits of spring.
It is not words only that are emblematic; it is things which are emblematic.
“This is all emblematic of our fortress, I fear —dissolution,” he said, wearily.
Blue is emblematic of failure, disappointment, or unsatisfied desire.
The Druids wore white dresses, and the Bards a robe of sky blue, emblematic of peace.