Definition of 'allegorical'
Example sentences containing 'allegorical'
The potential for allegorical interpretation is widely present in his work, though not always straightforward or explicit.The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
All five of these films are really allegorical tales that ask who we really are, and whether or not we can do anything about it.Christianity Today (2000)
Given its central importance, allegory could have been discussed more extensively, including the ways in which the poem resists allegorical interpretation.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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