Definition of Typifications

1. Noun. (plural of typification) ¹



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Definition of Typifications

1. typification [n] - See also: typification

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Typifications

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typifications (current term)
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Literary usage of Typifications

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1. Conceptions of Social Inquiry by J. J. Snyman (1993)
"An important theme is Schutz's concept of types and typifications. By typification Schutz means the ordering of things so that they are commonly recognised ..."

2. The Science of Taste: Being a Treatise on Its Principles by G. L. (1879)
"He also would typify ; but since real flowers, &c., if growing upon a level with the eye — as he argues — would be seen sideways, therefore typifications ..."

3. History of Prose Fiction by John Colin Dunlop (1906)
"... magnified by imagination was a fictive development of the serpent, one of the oldest typifications of evil power, seems unprofitable to speculate. ..."

4. The North American Review by Making of America Project, Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge (1860)
"... without finding yourself immediately embarrassed by the claims of bills of exchange, bankers' checks, and a variety of other typifications of the same ..."

5. Palgrave's The Golden Treasury edited by Walter Barnes (1915)
"St. 1, types: typifications, symbols. In your reading show clearly that the poet and you are merely playing a pretty game. Read lightly, gayly. ..."

6. On the Regulation of Currencies: Being an Examination of the Principles, on by John Fullarton (1845)
"... bankers' cheques, and a variety of other typifications of the same principle of credit, all of which being more or less competent to perform, and, ..."

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