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depict (one) as (something)

To portray someone or something in a particular way. I'm worried that this biopic will depict me as a total diva. Don't depict me as a controlling mother when that's simply not true!
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depict someone as something

to show someone as something; to make someone appear to be something. He did report the fire, but it is going too far to depict him as a hero. The artist depicted himself as a much younger man than he really was.
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The female lecturer allegedly displayed an image depicting the Prophet during a lecture on the differences between civilisations and religions, last July.
These psalms depicting the innocent suffering of God's servants open the Servant texts in Isaiah 40-55 to an expanded interpretation.
An historic painting depicting the characters of Newcastle's city centre in the 1800s is set to go under the hammer.
Jean-Michel, through his works depicting peace and serenity, and Peter, through his imagery of sports.
The religious character of the original painting, however, depicting Leo X as a prophetic figure, a new John the Baptist or Angelic Pastor, had already been set.
A regular contributor to lesbian and gay film festivals since the early 1990s, Israeli director Eytan Fox has been almost unique in directing varied work (ranging from short films to series television) depicting gay life in that country.
We examined stories in which young people found themselves caught in deep moral quandaries ("If They Knew Yvonne," "Miranda Over the Valley"), stories depicting the breakdown of marriage ("Adultery," "Rose"), and stories dealing with psychological responses to violent acts ("Killings," "The Curse").
Herkomer's portrait of Richardson is just one of a recent exhibition of 70 paintings and 58 photographs depicting famous Americans who have shaped the nation's history.
The abstract describes the hologram as 'depicting a first image when viewed from one angle and a second image when viewed from a second angle, the first...
The 13th-century doors of the cathedral in Spoleto, Italy, depicting 28 scenes from the life of Christ, are considered the greatest achievement of Romanesque woodcarving.
The pewter and glass coloured set is made up handcrafted figures connected with the ill-fated ship, each of which measure between five and eight inches tall, and are played on a glass-covered board depicting a fading image of the Titanic.
This somber poem depicting life as "flat like the belly of a violin" is accompanied by strumming open-chord clusters and rhythms reminiscent of a banjo; it is the least difficult of the three.
The class of 1974 memorial is two at-grade hexagonal intersections along the main spine of Thayer Walk, with a bronze plaque depicting modern-day conflicts and individual plaques illustrating West Point graduates' contributions to exploration, service, commerce, and knowledge.
The term "placement" denotes a passivity, depicting the individual as someone who is put into a job by the counselor or rehabilitation professional.
Another surprise element in the work was the brown blob--a sluglike object apparently depicting human junk that would suddenly appear and flop around like a lump of Jell-O at the back of the stage.