Everything in that attitude was symbolical of her regression to, not only infancy, but the prenatal condition.
For the mass of people, knowledge must be symbolical, mythical, dynamic.
The four wards are also appropriately titled, as symbolical of the effects which are usually produced by its improper application.
It was symbolical; Krishna was its centre, and the rest were wooing him.
This vision, granting the honesty of the seers, was a case of ‘clairvoyance,’ but ‘symbolical hallucinations’ frequently occur.
Not for me, reverend Mre; you shall kill no fatted calf, real or symbolical, for me!
The spring, with its freshness and promise, was symbolical of the gladsome currents of her life that joyous April and May.
It seems to me that here and there in life we meet with a person or incident that is symbolical.
If a man is convicted of an intrigue with a low-caste woman, he has to submit to a symbolical purification by fire.
Which is a pleasant myth at least; and symbolical of what the reality was.