ARIES Hitting your stride, you personify progressive ideals without seeming like a free radical.
A public apology is one should personify the first of these.
Prabhakaran had come to personify the movement, and his end, so wretched, became the emblem of Tamil defeat and Sinhalese triumph.
Florida shopping-center magnate Mel Sembler is proud to personify the sort of Republican fat cat that Mitt Romney is depending on.
They not only animate and personify material objects, but even diseases and their remedies.
Like mythology, Greek philosophy has a tendency to personify ideas.
These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."
That man has a strong motive for my death, and to personify me afterwards.
Then they have been supposed to personify the secret dangers of a calm sea, and their song is the music of splashing waters.
Now it is often convenient to personify Nature, but we must not be misled.