embodiment

Part of speech: noun

The act of embodying, or that which embodies, as a description or picture.

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Usage examples "embodiment":

  1. Every charm- in its essence, in its development, in its embodiment, is a flower of the tree of life, whose root is the truth. - "Warlock o' Glenwarlock", George MacDonald.
  2. Blair was very gloomy just then; he had come home from school the embodiment of discontent. - "The Iron Woman", Margaret Deland.
  3. Her father has been teazing her, and when Violet comes down, she stands in the hall, golden crowned and rose- red, slim and tall, and is the embodiment of delight. - "Floyd Grandon's Honor", Amanda Minnie Douglas.