Exemplified [verb]

Definition of Exemplified:

serve as an example

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Sentence/Example of Exemplified:

Lyft driver Bruce Blood, 33, said a nightmarish ordeal exemplifying his own lack of control over his work had led him to oppose Prop 22.

The potential of the approach is exemplified by a VPP built by electric vehicle maker Tesla and the South Australian state government.

His life and his death, according to his attorney, exemplified the failures of that system.

His life and his death exemplified the failures of that system, Lechman said.

It’s easier for readers to get a mental grip on a story that exemplifies the problem than an abstract statement of it.

It was a game that exemplified why the Lakers find themselves one win away from adding a 17th banner to the rafters at the Staples Center.

Senator Lisa Murkowski exemplified this belief in an op-ed for the Washington Post.

No recent event better exemplifies the tech frenzy than the jaw-dropping Snowflake IPO.

Perhaps nothing exemplifies Kenosha’s adaptation to the demands of a modern economy than the huge distribution complex that Amazon opened on the outskirts of the city in 2015.

The shorter the subheading, the better, as exemplified on Apple’s landing page.