a : to deprive of spirituality
b : to make concrete and perceptible
: to cause to become a body or part of a body : incorporate
: to represent in human or animal form : personify <men who greatly embodied the idealism of American life — A. M. Schlesinger b1917>
— em·bodi·er noun
Examples of EMBODY
- The legislature embodied a revenue provision in the new law.
- <they must embody their ideas in substantial institutions if they are to survive>
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