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 epitomized
A self-invented super-funster, John epitomized everything that was great about the Village in the pre-hedge-fund era.When Downtown Was Cool: Mario Batali, Simon Doonan, Wynton Marsalis Remember the Good Old Days|The Daily Beast|April 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But with McGovern gone, it seems that the Democratic tradition of decent populism he epitomized was being interred along with him.Prairie Populism Goes Bust As Obama’s Democrats Loses The Empty Quarter|Joel Kotkin|November 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Citi, however, is setting the standard, as epitomized by its Mike Mayo blackball.
The divide is epitomized in a video chat posted on the Entertainment Weekly Web site.
Every gradation of display between splendour and misery is epitomized in the circuit of the Boulevards.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II|Various
The above incidents are epitomized in the picture without much regard to accuracy.The American Revolution|John Fiske
They are epitomized by Dyce, whose edition I have of course used.Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama|Walter W. Greg
They are epitomized by the two words “army usury” and “money marriages.”A Little Garrison|Fritz von der Kyrburg
The art of expression should be speeded up, abbreviated, and epitomized, while the love of profound essentials is cultivated.Idling in Italy|Joseph Collins