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Synonyms for symbolize

Synonyms for symbolize

to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

Synonyms for symbolize

express indirectly by an image, form, or model

represent or identify by using a symbol


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President Pratibha Devisingh Patil in her message said the festival symbolizes the victory of truth over untruth and good over evil.
Company's new Global Innovation Sphereao logo, symbolizes RI's status as a trusted global advisor, particularly in the innovation research sector.
Red is a positive color, as it symbolizes the expulsion of evil spirits.
What does the turtle dove symbolize in Christian art?
If a dream has a Harry Potter-esque atmosphere, it can symbolize a journey of self-discovery in which you're exploring your limits, heading down new paths and awakening your full potential.
For the black pioneer, the West symbolizes escape from those "conditions of life" specific to African American existence in the East and the South (segregation, anti-black violence, Jim Crow laws).
Kwanzaa's symbols and rituals: the corn that symbolizes our children, the fruits and vegetables that symbolize the rewards of working together, and the lighting of the candles of the Kinara, for instance, are now performed by millions of people of African descent between December 26 and January 1.
The white cloth symbolizes the purity of their motives when answering the call to duty.
It is a large number that symbolizes the people of God as continuous with God's people Israel.
I got the tattoo because it symbolizes freedom," says Kirk.
If Ang[acute{e}]lique symbolizes the intense devotion of the female members of the family, Antoine manifests the tensions experienced by its male members.
The scaffolding visible throughout the city symbolizes a democratic process that reaches into every city neighborhood, including its poorest housing projects.
It symbolizes a sense of awareness of the person who is worshiping next to me.