Depict [verb]

Definition of Depict:

describe, render in drawing or writing

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It also depicts her friendship with Roxon, a fellow Australian living stateside and the writer of the groundbreaking Lillian Roxon’s Rock Encyclopedia, which was published in 1969.

They also argue that a notorious photo apparently depicting a police officer patting a suspected assailant on the shoulder actually shows the officer “pushing” the suspect away.

Investigators had recorded phone calls and emails showing the couple worked with Singer to get their daughters into USC with fake athletic profiles depicting them as star rowers.

The scientists then drafted local artists to help illustrate the research they wanted to depict.

The low numbers do not depict the real situation, according to experts.

Interestingly enough, Raijin is depicted with three fingers – each representing the past, present, and future.

Gender reassignment, sexual relations with robots, and the transfer of the mind to digital form are all depicted.

She paled beside Valerie Marneffe, though, to be sure, Daudet knew better than to attempt to depict any such queen of vice.

All historians who have written of Champlain attribute to him the qualities which we have endeavoured to depict in these pages.

It has in all ages been a pastime of noble minds to try to depict a perfect state of society.