Definition for EX-EM'PLAR

EX-EM'PLAR, n. [egzem'plar. L. See Example.]

  1. A model, original or pattern, to be copied or imitated.
  2. The idea or image of a thing, formed in the mind of an artist, by which he conducts his wrok; the ideal model which he attempts to imitate. Encyc.

Return to page 121 of the letter “E”.