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epitome definition

  • noun:
    • A representative or perfect example of a class or type: "He is seen . . . as the epitome of the hawkish, right-of-center intellectual” ( Paul Kennedy).
    • A representative or perfect exemplory instance of a class or type: "he's seen . . . as epitome for the hawkish, right-of-center intellectual” ( Paul Kennedy).
    • a quick summary, as of a novel or article; an abstract.
    • A brief summary, by a book or article; an abstract.
    • The embodiment or encapsulation of.
    • The embodiment or encapsulation of.
    • A representative instance.
    • A representative example.
    • The height; best.
    • a quick summary.
    • A work in which the articles of a former work are paid off within a smaller area by curtailment and condensation; a brief summary; an abridgement.
    • a tight or condensed representation of anything; anything possessing conspicuously or to a high degree the attributes of a course.
    • An abridgment; a quick summary or abstract of a subject, or of an even more extensive exposition from it; a compendium containing the material or principal issues of a book or any other writing.
    • Hence such a thing which presents another or others in a condensed or extensive kind.
    • Synonyms Compendium, Compend, etc. See abridgment.
    • a standard or typical instance
    • a short abstract (at the time of an article or book)
    • The level; ideal.
    • a quick summary.
    • a-work when the items of an old work tend to be paid off within a smaller sized area by curtailment and condensation; a brief summary; an abridgement.
    • a tight or condensed representation of everything; anything possessing conspicuously or even a top degree the qualities of a course.
    • An abridgment; a brief summary or abstract of an interest, or of a far more extended exposition of it; a compendium containing the substance or principal things of a book or other writing.
    • ergo something which presents another or other people in a condensed or extensive type.
    • Synonyms Compendium, Compend, etc. See abridgment.
    • a regular or typical instance
    • a quick abstract (as of articles or guide)
    • A representative or perfect example of a course or type: "he could be seen . . . as the epitome for the hawkish, right-of-center intellectual” ( Paul Kennedy).
    • a quick summary, since a novel or article; an abstract.
    • The embodiment or encapsulation of.
    • A representative example.
    • The height; ideal.
    • a quick summary.
    • A work in which the items of an old work tend to be paid off within a smaller space by curtailment and condensation; a short summary; an abridgement.
    • a tight or condensed representation of such a thing; something possessing conspicuously or even to a higher level the characteristics of a class.
    • An abridgment; a short summary or abstract of a subject, or of an even more extended exposition from it; a compendium containing the compound or principal matters of a book or any other writing.
    • thus Everything which presents another or others in a condensed or comprehensive type.
    • Synonyms Compendium, Compend, etc. See abridgment.
    • a regular or typical example
    • a short abstract (at the time of a write-up or book)
    • A representative or perfect example of a class or kind: "he's seen . . . as epitome for the hawkish, right-of-center intellectual” ( Paul Kennedy).
    • A brief summary, by a novel or article; an abstract.
    • The embodiment or encapsulation of.
    • A representative example.
    • The height; best.
    • a quick summary.
    • A work when the contents of a former work tend to be paid down within a smaller room by curtailment and condensation; a quick summary; an abridgement.
    • a concise or condensed representation of something; one thing possessing conspicuously or to a top degree the characteristics of a class.
    • An abridgment; a short summary or abstract of a subject, or of a more prolonged exposition from it; a compendium containing the substance or main matters of a book or other writing.
    • Hence Anything which presents another or others in a condensed or comprehensive type.
    • Synonyms Compendium, Compend, etc. See abridgment.
    • a regular or typical example
    • a short abstract (since articles or book)
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