Dionel Delgado, 29, is emblematic of financially successful Cuban artists.
That's emblematic: the group's work is cut out for them, but thus far only raises more questions than it answers.
The twang we hear as emblematic of white country music is actually the direct descendant of black folk music banjo.
But most emblematic of his bravery, I think, was his commitment to reason.
Because the shop was emblematic of that peculiar Italian institution known as La Faccia: i.e. presenting the best face possible.
The priests of Isis yearly dedicated to her a new ship (emblematic of the Yoni), laden with the first fruits of spring.
Blue is emblematic of failure, disappointment, or unsatisfied desire.
“This is all emblematic of our fortress, I fear —dissolution,” he said, wearily.
It was an instructive scene, emblematic of this fallen world.
The Druids wore white dresses, and the Bards a robe of sky blue, emblematic of peace.