- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of symbolize.
“His name symbolizes an era which left in the republic the brilliant vestiges of free government.”
“What it symbolizes is very subjective ... even if an author keeps writing the same ending over and over again ... maybe he or she is writing about a waitress they met one day at a truckstop and just can't seem to get out of their head.”
“What she symbolizes is her strength and justifies her existence.”
“What it symbolizes is never quite clear, but I would venture to guess that it represents Paul's need to help his brother.”
“And it is that sense, that profound exceptionalism, that is probably what the phrase symbolizes more than anything else: a belief that the times are special, pivotal, important.”
“A name symbolizes identity, sometimes who "owns" us, as happened with slaves, and as happens in traditional marriages when a woman gives up her last name.”
“This coin symbolizes the deep spiritual attachment of First Nations people to the moon, which is frequently portrayed by their ceremonial masks.”
“Jason Atherton, who oversees several of Mr. Ramsay's restaurants, says the name symbolizes a level of quality and service diners can expect.”
“The name symbolizes the massive task facing the mainly U. S.-funded charity which feeds about 150 young children daily.”
“The paternal authority that the Burkeian oak symbolizes is "dismantled" by age and tempered by the beautiful.”
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