verb (used with object), ex·am·pled, ex·am·pling.
Origin of example
Examples from the Web for exampled
Historical Examples of exampled
At length the two men found themselves alone, and their understanding of each other was exampled by the prompt inquiry of Parker.The Watchers of the Plains
In this young wood of Taahauku, all these hues and combinations were exampled and repeated by the score.In the South Seas
Robert Louis Stevenson
When I exampled polygamy, Hill became passionate, and asked if I was an abolitionist.Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,
George Alfred Townsend
Dicky, already zealous at work as exampled in rush bag-making, listened with wistful pride.A Child of the Jago
The doings of the Black Prince might, also be exampled as inducing the study of the geography of northern France.She and I, Volume 2
John Conroy Hutcheson
Word Origin for example
late 14c., partial re-Latinization of earlier essample, asaumple (mid-13c.), from Old French essemple "sample, model, example, precedent, cautionary tale," from Latin exemplum "a sample," literally "that which is taken out," from eximere "take out, remove" (see exempt (adj.)). Oldest English senses are of "behavior" and "punishment."
see for example; make an example of; set an example.