emblematically love

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In an emblematic manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an emblematic way; by way or means of emblems; in the manner of emblems; by way of allusive representation.

Etymologies

emblematic +‎ -ally (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • First of all, it is an emblematically American building.

    An Interview with Richard Rayner about Cloud Sketcher

  • The ermine emblematically depicted in the dado is elsewhere suspended from the collar that Federico had received from the king of Naples; in each studiolo this collar dangles from a drawer or cabinet.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Of course they're emblematically British: they have security cameras for heads.

    ianmcdonald: Bleep and Booster 2012

  • On a side note but pertinent given the players and issues involved let us not lose sight of the enormous influence on government policy that was gained by Middle East money flowing into the coffers of think tanks, K Street Lobbyists and perhaps most emblematically the millions of Saudi money committed to the Bush Presidential Libraries.

    Raymond J. Learsy: Hillary Clinton's Nuclear Defense Umbrella for the Oil Price Gougers -- Who Pays?

  • Sanglier to say if he is instructed in the more mysterious and secret terms of the science, by which the more learned do emblematically, and as it were parabolically, express to each other what is conveyed to others in the ordinary language, taught in the very accidence as it were of

    Quentin Durward

  • After eight years of bridge-burning, arrogance and cultural illiteracy from the White House, people see Obama, and what they see is as straightforwardly and emblematically different as it gets.

    Stefan Sirucek: Obama in Berlin: Walking the Walk

  • Based on Rick Moody's novel, this perceptive adaptation by Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain) and screenwriter James Schamus effectively recaptures the bad hangover of the sixties drug-and-sex revolution, most emblematically at a discomfiting spouse-swapping "key party" that ends rather bitterly.

    John Farr: Where Are All The Classy, Smart Female Stars Today? (Thank God - I Found One)

  • Using the humanistic technique of history and reminiscence, this article traces the idiosyncracies of the pythagorean philosophy: the refusal to put law in writing, the use of hieroglyphs, the dependence upon oracular judgment, the belief in multiple lives, askesis and akousmata, and places them at the root of what is most emblematically common law.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • And so we are left asking how much longer Anne's Diary will be treated emblematically by those promoting their own agendas, however axiomatic that the value of any adaptation is forever a function of its fidelity to its source.

    Anne Frank's Afterlife, cont'd.

  • Most authors, however, interpret the instruments mentioned in Psalms allegorically or emblematically by giving them a different meaning (see article “Music as a Divine Art”).

    MUSIC AS A DEMONIC ART

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