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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishepitomee‧pit‧o‧me /ɪˈpɪtəmi/ noun   the epitome of something
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epitomeThe suburbans were seen as the epitome of clerkly conformism, complacency, and conservatism.Seen by romantic eyes it is the epitome of the nobility of nature, but what is the truth of the situation?Vladek, like Rupert, is the epitome of pluck: jaunty, stouthearted and as resourceful as he is intrepid.From his dark expertly cut hair to his hand-made shoes he was the epitome of the new young man.He was the epitome of the dashing, flamboyant, slightly scruffy Bomber Pilot.The epitome of this process was William's great taxation record, the Domesday Book of 1086.
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