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 craftsmen-style homes of the surrounding neighborhood also struck Adler as the embodiment of California architecture.
Pendharkar's mostly flat and uninspired dialogue starts to sound like a diagram of a crisis rather than its embodiment; though Hollyman and Arison put it across well, we're not left with much feel for their characters as real people.
Carter marvels in the trailer) to Eminem, whose particular verse-syncopation is likened to an embodiment of percussion.
As the tough and talented New Yorker, riveting newcomer Chanté Adams is the embodiment of outer-borough moxie.
And the modern non-racial South Africa that Mandela created is an embodiment of that idea.
To him, the calm Momo—who sits quietly while others bicker over trivialities or rush through their work robotically—is the embodiment of a mature Buddhist practitioner.
Davey Davis, a writer who focuses on culture, sexuality, and genderqueer embodiment, suggests there are other insidious social factors at play.
Joe was, however, a product of those very encounters, the embodiment of Papua New Guinea’s jarring introduction to the modern world.
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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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