from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To illustrate by example.
- transitive verb To serve as an example of.
- transitive verb Law To make a certified copy of (a document).
from The Century Dictionary.
- To show or illustrate by example.
- To copy; transcribe; make an attested copy or transcript of under seal.
- To prove or show by an attested copy.
- To make an example of, as by punishing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To show or illustrate by example.
- transitive verb To copy; to transcribe; to make an attested copy or transcript of, under seal, as of a record.
- transitive verb To prove or show by an attested copy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive To
showor illustrate by example.
- verb transitive To be an instance of or
serveas an example.
- verb transitive To make an attested copy or transcript of (a document) under seal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb be characteristic of
- verb clarify by giving an example of
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Authenticity is one of the deepest things Leaders Without a Title exemplify.
It seems to me that the lesson that we should learn and take to heart and preach and exemplify, is that which was preached by the Honourable George Brown at the time of Confederation.
Many of these terms exemplify the witty and ironic creativeness of English speakers; my own favorite in this regard is laced mutton, a British slang phrase current in the 16th -- 18th centuries, in which the ambiguity of laced is quite effective.
Bitter bah-humbug, self-centered and short-sighted attitudes like that expressed by "Hillary or McCain" exemplify "what's wrong with the country".
So by condemning the racism of Hamas and Hizbollah and the Iranian leadership, I "exemplify" intolerance.
WHITFIELD: Yeah, it speaks to what a lot of the prior athletes have been through and how they really do kind of exemplify the sacrifice for today's athletes, but really, you know, talking about Ewing and Janick Noah and John Thompson, I mean, it's got to be a tremendous amount of pressure, Larry, for these young guys to kind of fill the shoes of their dad.
"There are really two guys who kind of exemplify our special teams play," said Arena.
Along the way, you will be transported to other rich and diverse cultures and experiences that exemplify the essence of Bushman spirituality—spontaneous movement, gleeful absurdity, and potent life force.
All of this evolved over the years to become the more sophisticated textual forms that the writers now exemplify in glorious fashion.
These examples of the old and the new exemplify both constancy and change within American religion.