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.
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The party successfully portrayed itself as the embodiment of the interests of Mexico’s working-class multitudes and as a government independent of the Cold War foreign policy of the United States.
Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Democratic strategists regard them as the embodiment of political wickedness.
Berri is seen by some as an embodiment of that system, which shows no signs of changing despite rising discontent.
Turay is nothing less than the walking embodiment of the American success story.
Reverse Podsnaps see the European Commission as the embodiment of universal wisdom and EU negotiators as reasonable people negotiating with bigoted fools.
Tellingly, the ads connected the GOP agenda not to Trump but to House Speaker Paul Ryan as the embodiment of the congressional Republican majority.
This is James Comey selling himself as the embodiment of honor and loyalty and the opposite of everything on both sides of the aisle.
What could define God (is thinking of God) as the embodiment of the laws of nature.
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EMBODIMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of embodiment for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is a perfect representative or example of a quality, idea, etc.
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