The telegrams in the newspapers provided him with a bird's-eye view, an epitomised summary of a world in tumult.
It was thus that I epitomised the recent history of my old camarados.
The human race is epitomised within this circle, not much wider than a billiard ball.
Yes, that was the point of it and the reason it epitomised him.
Once epitomised for the Reading, the printed version, at least of the report, was left altogether intact.
It epitomised all that Josie Fifer had missed of beauty and homage and success.
The grim track of war in all its damnable nakedness was epitomised in this little French hamlet.
The tale of human sin and the promise of redemption are epitomised in twelve of the sixteen basreliefs.
Briefly and infrequently written, they epitomised the wanderer's life.
And the private life of Columbus is epitomised in the apocryphal story of making an egg stand on end.