example, illustration, instance, representative(noun)
an item of information that is typical of a class or group
"this patient provides a typical example of the syndrome"; "there is an example on page 10"
representative, congressman, object lesson, good example, instance, lesson, exemplar, case, voice, congresswoman, illustration, deterrent example, model, exemplification, interpreter, spokesperson, exercise
a representative form or pattern
"I profited from his example"
role model, mannequin, theoretical account, fashion model, exercise, modeling, instance, lesson, manikin, exemplar, case, representative, illustration, poser, deterrent example, modelling, mannikin, model, good example, object lesson, framework, manakin, simulation
exemplar, example, model, good example(noun)
something to be imitated
"an exemplar of success"; "a model of clarity"; "he is the very model of a modern major general"
representative, mannequin, illustration, simulation, modelling, instance, lesson, modeling, manikin, exemplar, fashion model, case, mannikin, role model, theoretical account, poser, deterrent example, model, good example, object lesson, framework, manakin, exercise
example, deterrent example, lesson, object lesson(noun)
punishment intended as a warning to others
"they decided to make an example of him"
case, instance, example(noun)
an occurrence of something
"it was a case of bad judgment"; "another instance occurred yesterday"; "but there is always the famous example of the Smiths"
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a task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding
"you must work the examples at the end of each chapter in the textbook"
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
From its original sense of sample or specimen (Latin exemplum) example derives the seemingly contradictory meanings, on the one hand of a pattern or model, and on the other hand of a warning — a sample or specimen of what is to be followed, or of what is to be shunned. An example, however, may be more than a sample or specimen of any class; it may be the very archetype or prototype to which the whole class must conform, as when Christ is spoken of as being an example or leaving an example for his disciples. Example comes nearer to the possible freedom of the model than to the necessary exactness of the pattern; often we can not, in a given case, exactly imitate the best example, but only adapt its teachings to altered circumstances. In its application to a person or thing, exemplar can scarcely be distinguished from example; but example is most frequently used for an act, or course of action, for which exemplar is not used; as, one sets a good (or a bad) example. An exemplification is an illustrative working out in action of a principle or law, without any reference to its being copied or repeated; an example guides, an exemplification illustrates or explains. Ensample is the same as example, but is practically obsolete outside of Scriptural or theological language. Compare MODEL; SAMPLE.
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model; an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances
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How to use example in a sentence?
It would not be good if the Church is unable to set an example to the world of showing how we can love one another and disagree profoundly.
I think a lot of people think that just because something is natural, it's healthy, so for example, honey is natural, but it's very caloric and a lot of people might not know that a teaspoon of honey, or agave for that matter, has more calories than a teaspoon of sugar or sucrose.
The President should be example, real men wear masks, be an example to the country, and wear the mask.
Venezuela is another good example, where there is a near-complete lack of basic medical services and healthcare infrastructure nationwide.
Virginia still penalizes dangling objects, but the police now must have another justification to first stop the vehicle, dangling object stops are a classic example of a pretextual stop, where the police are looking for a valid reason to stop a motorist for something else -- such as suspicion of DUI or maybe to try to search the vehicle.
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- مثل, أمثولةArabic
- миҫал, өлгөBashkir
- узо́р, прыкладBelarusian
- пример, модел, образецBulgarian
- exempleCatalan, Valencian
- Exempel, Beispiel, VorbildGerman
- ejemplo, ejemplarSpanish
- adibide, ereduBasque
- esimerkki, [[varoittava]] [[esimerkki]], harjoitustehtävä, esikuvaFinnish
- मिसाल, नमूना, उदाहरणHindi
- egzanpHaitian Creole
- precedens, példány, példaHungarian
- 例, 例題, 例えJapanese
- 예, 例, 보기Korean
- exemplum, exemplarLatin
- paraugs, piemērsLatvian
- contoh, misalMalay
- eksempel, dømeNorwegian
- приме́р, примерRussian
- пример, primjer, primer, примјерSerbo-Croatian
- primerek, primer, zgledSlovene
- exempel, övningsexempel, föredöme, illustrativt exempelSwedish
- mfano, mifanoSwahili
- örnek, ibretTurkish
- ürnäk, mísalTatar
- ví dụVietnamese
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