Definition of incarnation
- she is the incarnation of goodness
- in another incarnation he might be a first vice-president
- —Walter Teller
- TV and movie incarnations of the story
the doctrine of the Incarnation
she is the very incarnation of grace and tactfulness
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: one of a series of lives that a person is believed to have had in the past in some religions
: a person who represents a quality or idea
the Incarnation in the Christian religion : the belief in Jesus Christ as both God and a human being
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