That, along with the idea, she says, that Democrats portray women voters as caring only about abortion and contraception.
She ended up praying with me and giving me her blessing to portray her Dad.
And, unlike former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards, McDonnell didn't try to portray himself as a loveable rogue.
And like any normal developed country, it has politicians who portray strangers as the source of all ills.
It must have been a lot of fun to portray Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Tyrolean warblers in native costume occupied the stage fashioned to portray a bit of south German landscape.
It is this greatness of soul in Cleopatra which Shakespeare has now to portray.
Page's letters also portray the new hopes with which Wilson inspired him.
They were from a feudalistic world and tried to portray the Aztecs in such terms.
I can find no language nor illustration sufficiently impressive to portray the spectacle to an American reader.
mid-13c., "to draw, paint" (something), from Anglo-French purtraire, Old French portraire "to draw, to paint, portray" (12c.), literally "trace, draw forth," from por- "forth" (from Latin pro-; see pro-) + traire "trace, draw," from Latin trahere "to drag, draw" (see tract (n.1)). Meaning "depict in words, describe" is from late 14c. Related: Portrayed; portraying.