Exemplify [verb]

Definition of Exemplify:

serve as an example

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Political elites also tried to exploit the Doctrine to punish adversaries and advance their political agendas, as exemplified by the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations.

The team’s difficulties — and also its recent upturn — have been best exemplified by the play of its reigning All-NBA Second Team member.

Together they exemplify the unpredictability of distance hiking and, really, of endurance athletics at large.

The confusion was exemplified in the long-running case that led to Wednesday’s Bobek opinion.

The urban-rural divide in America’s politics exemplifies this.

Beyond that, the events of Monday night also exemplified a misshapen season in which depth charts kept getting jostled moments before kickoffs.

It might exemplify the trouble hovering over college football itself.

The events in Detroit exemplify our complicated relationship with facial recognition right now.

The latter is exemplified in a Christmas tree subculture that is as much a part of holidays in New York as adorned shop windows on Fifth Avenue.

“She exemplifies the bravery that the men and women of the Prince George’s County Police Department are supposed to exemplify,” Braveboy said.