The epitome of festival glam.
The Thompson is the epitome of affordable luxury.
This intimate spot on Ibn Gvirol is the epitome of local cuisine.
The epitome of symbolic art is symbolic architecture (specifically, the pyramids).
His roast chook is the epitome of comfort food, and the room’s coastal kitschiness never gets tired.
The epitome of comfort food, traditional Irish stew has only a few ingredients: mutton, onions and potatoes.
That’s not to say the live reports, later edited for truncated newscasts, were always the epitome of fair reporting.
In a rare profile in 1988 the Belfast Telegraph quoted a former student of Hutton's: "He is the very epitome of a judge.
Beyoncé and Blue Ivy were the epitome of elegance at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, walking hand-in-hand on the white carpet.
In an article on Metro, Prime Minister Theresa May extolled the white paper as the epitome of an ambitious, trailblazing effort.
In later tradition, found in Apollodorus’s Library and Epitome, Book III, Sarpedon was the son of Zeus and Europa and the brother of King Minos of Crete.
Anand represented the epitome of Mukherjee’s mature style; technical flourishes and camera tricks were absent, and his direction emphasized pure narrative.
.), American rapper and songwriter who became one of the best-known figures in gangsta rap in the 1990s and was for many the epitome of West Coast hip-hop culture.
The epitome of this style is the rock garden at Ryōanji in Kyoto, where fifteen “mountain”-shaped rocks are set in beds of moss in a rectangular “sea” of white gravel.
Lefèvre’s reputation rested on the manner in which he introduced philosophy in commentaries, paraphrases, and editions—in other words, on a style of philosophical epitome.
Originally the epitome of domestic style and taste in the Fifties and Sixties, TV series like Mad Men have left people aching for the glamour of the era, and something unusual for the home.
He is the great survivor of his generation, 134 Test caps in and counting, and he is the epitome of a team that is more about collective strength than isolated acts of individual brilliance.
In “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” their profoundly influential 1961 cookbook, Julia Child, Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle describe the soufflé as the “epitome and triumph of the art of French cooking.”
However, Ashby is the epitome of pastel and pretty herself, in the rented Notting Hill flat she shares with her boyfriend, menswear designer Charlie Casely-Hayford, son of famous Joe, who was awarded an OBE for services to the fashion industry in 2007.
Palaces, because of the power of the patron and the money and labour available for their construction, often represented the epitome (or in some cases, extreme examples) of the architectural and social values of the culture and age in which they were built.
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