- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of depict.
“Many refer to market declines as typical of ascending volatility, but in its true meaning the term depicts a period of increasing uncertainty with prices prone to surge and fall causing investors to sharpen their reactions.”
“The label depicts what is essentially a slight variation of the Captain Morgan label, except with a female character that looks like Julianna Margulies dressed as a theme park pirate.”
“The small black and white vineyard scene on the label depicts terroir, but it does so in a quiet way.”
“It turned out to be Charles Ellner Brut Prestige Champagne, whose label depicts four women in period costumes clustered around a man.”
“The Hungary Ervin depicts -- as a former expatriate himself -- is tawdry, corrupt and ideologically bereft, uncomfortably on its way from former Soviet satellite ...”
“The Hungary Ervin depicts -- as a former expatriate himself -- is tawdry, corrupt and ideologically bereft, uncomfortably on its way from former Soviet satellite to current American satellite.”
“The Africa he depicts is a place where tribal rivalry complements religious and political friction; where illness, disease and utter poverty shape the lives of the majority, who lack the safety nets that so often catch Westerners when we fall.”
“The obverse (‘head’) of the coin depicts Arsinoë II Philadelphus.”
“The coming status which Mr. Ghent depicts is a class domination by the capitalists.”
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