1. interpret as an allegory
  2. make into an allegory
    The story was allegorized over time
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How To Use allegorise In A Sentence

  • It can take political stances abhorrent to totalitarian regimes and allegorise them, get them under the radar, as many writers in the Soviet Bloc did. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Hal Duncan
  • Once upon a time, back in the late 1970s boom, when many of today's commentators, politicians, central bankers and trade unionists learned their economics, the economy could be allegorised as a fashionable restaurant.
  • On the horror front, George Romero's genre-busting Night of the Living Dead allegorises militarised consumerism as zombie flick and is genuinely scary as well as hilarious.
  • During the early modern period ancient myths, like that of king Midas, began to take on a specifically modern resonance as they were used to allegorise the European quest for gold in the Americas.
  • This poem has been thought by earlier commentators to allegorise an event known to have happened in 1358, by later critics another which occurred in 1364. Chaucer
  • But to allegorise and sermonise is out of place here. Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete Series I, II, and III
  • This is the only certain, and this is the universal, preventive of all debasing superstitions; this is the true haemony ([Greek: haima], blood, [Greek: oinos], wine), which our Milton has beautifully allegorised in a passage strangely overlooked by all his commentators. Notes and Queries, Number 41, August 10, 1850
  • Commissioned by Louis XIV in the 1660s, the gallery's iconographic programme by Le Brun allegorises the Sun King as Apollo in a scheme that was not completed until the nineteenth century, under the architect Felix Duban.
  • Adequately treatment him grille her a latrine of bombay, and filter it in her lineage, and allegoriser her out of his flowerbed. Rational Review
  • Like the Phœnix idea amongst the people of Egypt, Persia, and India, these traditions allegorise the soul's immortality. A History of Nursery Rhymes
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