And later in life, it really became a symbolism that I latched onto.
Despite these elisions, to Chinese bloggers, the symbolism of the match was uncomfortable.
But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.
Part of what concerns the equality-minded teens is the symbolism.
But lawmakers would be well-advised to examine the symbolism of the specific vehicle models chosen by each CEO for his journey.
It is to be noted that personification is, in some sort, the reverse of symbolism, and is far less noble.
The Children of Light could see the symbolism quick as a wink.
But the understanding of this symbolism in its fullness offers very great difficulties.
But only as inseparable from the symbolism, the under-tow, of his imagination.
People born in this period are represented in the Zodiac by the symbolism of the twins.
1650s, "practice of representing things with symbols," from symbol + -ism. Attested from 1892 as a movement in French literature that aimed at representing ideas and emotions by indirect suggestion rather than direct expression; rejecting realism and naturalism, it attached symbolic meaning to certain objects, words, etc. French symboliste was coined by poet Paul Verlaine (1844-1896) in 1885.
symbolism sym·bol·ism (sĭm'bə-lĭz'əm)
A mental state in which everything that happens is regarded by the individual as symbolic of his or her own thoughts.
The disguised representation in conscious thought of unconscious or repressed contents or events.