Definitions

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  • noun the state of being iconic (in all meanings)

Etymologies

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Latin iconicitas, -tatis

Examples

  • In terms of "iconicity", Honey Ryder is undoubtedly one of the top images of franchise.

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  • In terms of "iconicity", Honey Ryder is undoubtedly one of the top images of franchise.

    CommanderBond.net

  • In terms of "iconicity", Honey Ryder is undoubtedly one of the top images of franchise.

    CommanderBond.net

  • In a remarkable coup of icon rivalry, Kingdom Tower's designers not only created a more recognizable tower (a two-second sketch?) but also delivered a building whose iconicity would be controlled from a singular GPS coordinate -- inside Foster's Al Faisaliyah Tower, now relegated to the role of a viewing tower.

    Todd Reisz and Rory Hyde: Riyadh's Icon-Clad Perspectives

  • In a remarkable coup of icon rivalry, Kingdom Tower's designers not only created a more recognizable tower (a two-second sketch?) but also delivered a building whose iconicity would be controlled from a singular GPS coordinate -- inside Foster's Al Faisaliyah Tower, now relegated to the role of a viewing tower.

    Todd Reisz and Rory Hyde: Riyadh's Icon-Clad Perspectives

  • Of course editing the poetry or the prose require editor brain, which has been completely taken up with discussing iconicity and metaphor in Comics as compared to language.

    Different brains

  • Of course, while Baker went on to fame and iconicity through her banana skirt over in France, Washington chose to cultivate her career as a respected artist and entertainer.

    Performing with Dignity: Fredi Washington

  • Of Superman's famous costume, which is really the Chanel suit of modern superherodom, the wall notes to the exhibit tell us: "Its iconicity has ensured its co-option by designers."

    What Superman Wrought

  • ALONG WITH THE PRODUCTION boom, emerging also is a new Brooklyn-centric consciousness in film, detached from the iconicity of Manhattan.

    Brooklyn, The Borough: Lights, Camera, BK!

  • The persistence of Edie's iconicity can be credited, paradoxically, to Stein's attempt to make real this woman whose short life was at once a sad waste of time and culturally, ad infinitum the time of seemingly everyone's life.

    The Lady Is a Tramp

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