Definition of emblematical in English:

emblematical

adjective

See emblematic

  • ‘Scholem tells us that Benjamin always had ‘a pronounced sense of the emblematical,’ which is perhaps why he appeals to us today, absorbed as we are in the hermeneutics of signs.’
  • ‘Emblematical of the season are gold and silver, prayer-book markers, and rosaries with beads of precious metals or garnets.’
  • ‘During the disputes between the two countries, Dr. Franklin invented a little emblematical design, intended to represent the supposed state of Great Britain and her colonies.’

Pronunciation

emblematical

/ˌɛˈmatɪk(ə)l/