This is supposed to typify the consummation of the marriage, but the ceremony is purely formal as the bridal couple are children.
It seemed to her to typify all that was unlovely in her life.
Thus Arethusa and the Mincius typify the pastoral tone in which Milton conceives and constructs his poem.
This was to typify to him his own undutiful and unnatural behavior.
The stranger had one of those honest faces which typify the provincial.
Was he a quadruped with mane and tail, or an allegory invented to typify destiny?
The fair, handsome youth, wrapped now in the blankets, seemed to him to typify all the Austrian qualities.
Therefore, when you fight for us you fight not only for yourself, but for everything you typify.
These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."
While men may not have intended to typify anything in the case, God did.