|n.s. [typique, Fr. typicus, Lat.] Emblematical; figurative of something else.|
The Levitical priesthood was only typical of the christian; which is so much more holy and honourable than that, as the institution of Christ is more excellent than that of Moses. Atterbury.
|Hence that many courses ran,
Hand-in-hand, a goodly train,
To bless the great Eliza's reign;
|And in the typic glory show
What fuller bliss Maria shall bestow. Prior.