Few Americans appear to exemplify that proposition better than Joseph P. Kennedy.
He was not Hugh Hefner, who used his house to exemplify his sexual values.
“Thom Grey was created to exemplify a more youthful and university inspired sensibility,” the designer told WWD.
We find the word Faerie, in fact, to be employed in four different senses, which we will now arrange and exemplify.
In No. 88, the eaglets also exemplify the disposition of charges upon a Bend.
But the new state was not long favored with his presence to enforce and exemplify its constitution.
Every thing serves to exemplify, to illustrate man's misery.
Words, as contra-distinguished from facts, exemplify the truth of this position.
To the sound ou he prefixes an e (hard to exemplify otherwise than orally).
It is, at all events, very poorly illustrated by the characters and events selected to exemplify it.
early 15c., "to illustrate by examples, to instruct by (good) example," from Medieval Latin exemplificare "to illustrate," from Latin exemplum (see example). Meaning "to serve as an example" is recorded from 1793. Related: Exemplified; exemplifies; exemplifying.