verb (used with object), e·pit·o·mized, e·pit·o·miz·ing.
Related formse·pit·o·mi·za·tion, noune·pit·o·miz·er, nounun·e·pit·o·mized, adjective
Examples from the Web for epitomised
Some of the most characteristic features of the scenery of two continents seem to be epitomised in the district all around.Capitals of the Northlands|Ian C. Hannah
It epitomised all that Josie Fifer had missed of beauty and homage and success.Cheerful--By Request|Edna Ferber
The human race is epitomised within this circle, not much wider than a billiard ball.The Life Of George Cruikshank, Vol. I. (of II)|Blanchard Jerrold
Once epitomised for the Reading, the printed version, at least of the report, was left altogether intact.Charles Dickens as a Reader|Charles Kent
The Trail of Travail—surely it was all epitomised in the tribulations of that stark ascent.The Trail of '98|Robert W. Service