He therefore instituted a poetical competition in which each monk was to epitomise in a quatrain the essence of Zen.
The actual achievements of Manet epitomise the secondary in art.
You cannot epitomise the knowledge that it would take years to acquire into a few volumes that may be read in as many weeks.
Nearly 150 of these "Conversations" were written in all, and we epitomise here five of the best-known.
It always seemed to her to characterise and to epitomise him, that grotesque expression.
To repeat the whole problem as it is put in the Summa, we can epitomise the reasoning of St. Thomas in this easier way.
The words, "I am a workman first and an official afterwards," epitomise the creed of his life.