- men who greatly embodied the idealism of American life
- —A. M. Schlesinger born 1917
Examples of embody in a Sentence
The legislature embodied a revenue provision in the new law.
they must embody their ideas in substantial institutions if they are to survive
Recent Examples of embody from the Web
Ricki Carter, Simien said, embodies the question that’s quietly been built into the series all along.
In Madden’s eyes, Halford embodied the part of the brilliant outsider tangling with the scientific establishment.
To the Dallas Cowboys, it is embodied by a strong offensive line leading the way for a dominant running game with Ezekiel Elliott along with a stable of versatile pass catchers.
And Magic Johnson’s Showtime Lakers embodied the glitter of Hollywood.
Courtney embodied a strength, practicality, and honesty that was assuring.
In that way, HOPE embodies the transformation of liberalism that reshaped the Democratic Party and, ultimately, exacerbated economic inequality.
While Aries corresponds with Mars's fiery impulsivity, Scorpio embodies Mars's more calculated, strategic side.
This not only embodies our commitment to diversity and inclusion but also our commitment to recognizing that work is not the center of our lives.
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EMBODY Defined for English Language Learners
: to represent (something) in a clear and obvious way : to be a symbol or example of (something)
: to include (something) as a part or feature
EMBODY Defined for Kids
- The poet embodied her ideas in words.
- The firefighters embodied courage during the disaster.
- The basic law of the United States is embodied in its constitution.
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