Examples of embodiment in a Sentence
She's the embodiment of all our hopes.
Mother Theresa was often regarded as the embodiment of selfless devotion to others.
Recent Examples of embodiment from the Web
The man is the embodiment of nearly everything that Democratic primary voters are anxious to vote against: A white male billionaire – with no political experience – who opposes universal health-care and supports entitlement cuts.
To me, Eddie is the embodiment of the Best Made man.
An impish, energetic 50-year-old with a round face, oval glasses, and a steely wit, Mulvaney gives the impression of a man who revels in being the embodiment of liberals’ worst nightmare.
What are the Warriors, after all, if not a living embodiment of having your cake and eating it, too?
In the comics, Thanos falls in love with Death (or her physical embodiment) and collects the Infinity Stones to destroy universes and impress her.
Bowling is a realtime embodiment of Newton’s Second Law, known as F=ma to those of the science ilk.
For me, Dungey is the embodiment of a dream that many of us have for the potential of Black women in an industry that is still struggling to include them, treat them fairly, and give them credit with credit is due.
For now, though, the question of what the robotic embodiment of a human really is only hovers on Westworld's horizon.
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EMBODIMENT Defined for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is a perfect representative or example of a quality, idea, etc.
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