Eulogizing Vidal was to eulogize the now long-gone epoch he typified.
Fate had jerked her roughly out of the orderly progress, which had been typified by Walter's great leather chair.
It was the rush and roar of rain that he typified, and it stopped him, for no voice could be heard in it.
The third class, typified by Mr. Heinzman, had a long string of "goose-eggs" to their discredit.
And so God, by this sprinkling, has typified the spiritual sprinkling.
Pliny and others pretend that it typified the dead, from its never shooting out fresh sprouts when the trunk was hewn down.
He typified the spirit of joy to me—there was never a moment when he had not some vivid plan for me.
The eccentric man might be typified by the Australian fauna, refuting half our judicious assumptions of what nature allows.
Americanism as typified by Claude Leslie is a new revelation.
Daria.I do n't know: Something 't was that typified My presumption and my pride.