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Related to epitomised: To dispose of, detract from, collide with, outlined, hold in, scrutinised, overhyped
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to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

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embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of

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Around 14 years ago, there was a re-evaluation of manufacturing processes, and slowly, European and American auto makers have adopted the Japanese methods and techniques epitomised by the Toyota Manufacturing System.
TONY MOWBRAY claimed his side's dramatic Europa League comeback to draw 3-3 against Rapid Vienna in the Ernst Happel Stadium epitomised the spirit of the Parkhead club.
There is a strongly enigmatic and understated quality to their approach, epitomised by this project for a restaurant near the village of Brufe, in Portugal's rugged far north.
Of the three designs, Milunic's witty, symbolist creation perhaps best epitomised the carnival character of the Velvet Revolution.
It is a tribute to the effectiveness of the Gothic Revival in England that the popular idea and image of 'church' is still so bound up with the Gothic, but when we think of 'hospital' it is not nineteenth century examples that come to mind but rather the modernist image epitomised in Aalto's Paimio and Duiker's Zonnestraal.