Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to symbology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to a symbology; versed in, or characterized by, symbology.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Pertaining to a symbology.

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Examples

  • So when that book, The Lost Symbol, arrived this year, Windsor was tapped again to translate Brown's symbological vision onto glossy paper (and, not trivially, to create a cover enticing enough to protect Doubleday's multimillion-dollar investment in their most popular author).

    November 2009

  • This is an interesting case in mythologizing, because the story was originally a metaphor which was widely understood when it was introduced, but then as the symbological link faded over time, somehow began to be interpreted literally instead of metaphorically.

    Saint Patrick and the Snakes

  • This is an interesting case in mythologizing, because the story was originally a metaphor which was widely understood when it was introduced, but then as the symbological link faded over time, somehow began to be interpreted literally instead of metaphorically.

    Chris Weigant: Saint Patrick and the Snakes

  • Berg His Lyric Suite for String Quartet is full of the symbological significance of the numbers 23 and 10, representing the entwining of he and his lover, Hanna Fuchs-Robettin.

    Magic numbers: composers and their clandestine codes

  • So when that book, The Lost Symbol, arrived this year, Windsor was tapped again to translate Brown's symbological vision onto glossy paper and, not trivially, to create a cover enticing enough to protect Doubleday's multimillion-dollar investment in their most popular author.

    Keeping a Cover Under Wraps: Questions for Lost Symbol Designer Michael J. Windsor

  • So when that book, The Lost Symbol, arrived this year, Windsor was tapped again to translate Brown's symbological vision onto glossy paper and, not trivially, to create a cover enticing enough to protect Doubleday's multimillion-dollar investment in their most popular author.

    Shelfari:

  • This book takes the metaphorical/symbological approach with the battle of vampire vs. human serving as the philosophical battle between those fixated on the wrongs of the past and those who want to move ahead.

    Too much vampire bizness, reading late at night

  • Asked if the astonishingly low $15 price was a symbolic reference to the $15 million price of the original Louisiana Purchase, he answered There's nothing the least bit symbological about it.

    Slimbolala Exclusive: Bush Administration to Sell New Orleans Back to France!

  • "Of course a symbological latitude is permissible, but there are some essentials of dogma and creed that may not be foregone."

    Where the Blue Begins

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