Origin of epitome
OTHER WORDS FROM epitomeep·i·tom·i·cal [ep-i-tom-i-kuhl], /ˌɛp ɪˈtɒm ɪ kəl/, ep·i·tom·ic, adjective
How to use epitome in a sentence
McDaniel, meanwhile, focused like a laser on Detroit and Wayne County in her home state of Michigan, mentioning them 12 times and casting them as the epitome of a shady process.
Just recently, I began to realize this is the epitome of what I love about climbing.Behind the Scenes of Emily Harrington's Historic Climb|Andrew Bisharat|November 6, 2020|Outside Online