epitome

Epitome vs Emboy - What's the difference?

epitome | emboy |

Epitome vs Epitomization - What's the difference?

epitome | epitomization |

Paragon vs Epitome - What's the difference?

paragon | epitome |


As nouns the difference between paragon and epitome

is that paragon is a person of preeminent qualities, who acts as a pattern or model of some given (especially positive) quality while epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of.

As a verb paragon

is to compare; to parallel; to put in rivalry or emulation with.

Epitome vs Personification - What's the difference?

epitome | personification |


As nouns the difference between epitome and personification

is that epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of while personification is a person, thing or name typifying a certain quality or idea; an embodiment or exemplification.

Epitome vs Personifiction - What's the difference?

epitome | personifiction |

Epitome vs Anthology - What's the difference?

epitome | anthology |


As nouns the difference between epitome and anthology

is that epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of while anthology is a collection of literary works, such as poems or short stories.

Epitomizer vs Epitome - What's the difference?

epitomizer | epitome | Related terms |

Epitomizer is a related term of epitome.


As nouns the difference between epitomizer and epitome

is that epitomizer is an epitomist while epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of.

Epitomist vs Epitome - What's the difference?

epitomist | epitome |

Epitomist is a related term of epitome.


As nouns the difference between epitomist and epitome

is that epitomist is one who makes an epitome; one who abridges; an epitomizer while epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of.

Epitomator vs Epitome - What's the difference?

epitomator | epitome | Related terms |

Epitomator is a related term of epitome.


As nouns the difference between epitomator and epitome

is that epitomator is an epitomist while epitome is (of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of.

Epitomical vs Epitome - What's the difference?

epitomical | epitome | Derived terms |

Epitomical is a derived term of epitome.


As a adjective epitomical

is epitomic.

As a noun epitome is

(of a class of items) the embodiment or encapsulation of.

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