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
Along with the songs, 2 Chainz introduced a living embodiment of his album, installing an all-pink trap house that featured an art gallery inside in Atlanta.
Driving his golf cart on the green is the perfect embodiment of Trump's laziness, entitlement, and disrespect for other people.
His father was the embodiment of a stubborn dad, Beans says.
She was considered a dancer for the ages, the embodiment of the romantic ballerina, renowned for the spirituality of her dancing.
Stancil said that his wife is the living embodiment of taking a challenge and turning it around.
But what cannot be denied is that in this era of superclubs, Madrid is the superset and Ronaldo is the embodiment of that.
The story is the strongest embodiment of what seems to be the book’s prevailing theme: our human attraction, often fatal, to the unknown.
This would further erode the already vastly diminished power of bookstores, the embodiment of all that is green and good in this whole business of making and selling books.
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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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