“symbolic communication is very important,” Shrum added, echoing Scarborough.
In a symbolic gesture of reconstruction, activists began cleaning up Tahrir Square, the heart of their rebellion.
“There is no such thing that a sentence is symbolic,” said Sorkin.
Being removed from the Dow may have more of a symbolic impact than a real one.
You've already invaded your own, making for a symbolic kind of open invite to others.
She touched the table, symbolic touching of a hardness-without-coldness that was one element of Callista Blake.
symbolic acts were employed in trade and contracts, in marriage and religion.
The blacksmith's hammer shall be joined to our symbolic relics.
It was as though the passing of the one marked the passing of the other—symbolic as you might say.
symbolic art describes indirectly and in a necessarily limited scope what literature can do directly and with unlimited powers.