Synonyms of emblematic
emblematic or emblematical
1 symbolicDictionary • Dogs are emblematic of faithfulness.
symbolic • The move today was largely symbolic.
figurative • both the literal and figurative sense
allegorical • the allegorical novel 'The Master and Margarita'
2 characteristicDictionary • This comment is emblematic of his no-nonsense approach to life.
characteristic • Windmills are a characteristic feature of the landscape.
representative • fairly representative groups of adults
typical • such typical schoolgirl pastimes as horse-riding and reading
symptomatic • The city's problems are symptomatic of the crisis.
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allegoricalAn allegorical story, poem, or painting uses allegory.
• the allegorical novel 'The Master and Margarita'
characteristicA quality or feature that is characteristic of someone or something is one which is often seen in them and seems typical of them.
• Windmills are a characteristic feature of the landscape.
figurativeIf you use a word or expression in a figurative sense, you use it with a more abstract or imaginative meaning than its ordinary literal one.
• both the literal and figurative sense
Thesaurus for emblematic from the Collins English Thesaurus
If something, such as an object in a picture, is emblematic of a particular quality or an idea, it symbolically represents the quality or idea.