unepitomized

epitomize

[ih-pit-uh-mahyz]
verb (used with object), epitomized, epitomizing.
1.
to contain or represent in small compass; serve as a typical example of; typify: This meadow epitomizes the beauty of the whole area.
2.
to make an epitome of: to epitomize an argument.
Also, especially British, epitomise.


Origin:
1590–1600; epitom(e) + -ize

epitomization, noun
epitomizer, noun
unepitomized, adjective
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epitomize or epitomise (ɪˈpɪtəˌmaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to be a personification of; typify
2.  to make an epitome of
 
epitomise or epitomise
 
vb
 
e'pitomist or epitomise
 
n
 
epitomi'zation or epitomise
 
n
 
epitomi'sation or epitomise
 
n
 
e'pitomizer or epitomise
 
n
 
e'pitomiser or epitomise
 
n

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epitomize
1590s, from epitome + -ize. Related: Epitomized; epitomizing; epitomizes.
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