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adjective as in incarnate

adjective as in included

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All these results hint that the structures of living neural systems embody certain optimal solutions to the tasks they have taken on.

One of the biggest advances in 21st-century mathematics is an object called a “perfectoid space,” which embodies this perspective.

Asado, which means lit or roast, is a South American grilling tradition that embodies not just the meal, but also the family and friends you share it with.

From Ozy

The dream of nature is a psychedelic dream, suspended in time, where Anjelica, Florence, Jodie, and Susie embody four different ways of being a woman.

Franklin Avenue in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn is lined with restaurants that embody the city’s diverse, lively and fighting spirit.

From Ozy

But along with the cartoon funk is an all-too-real story of police brutality embodied by a horde of evil Pigs.

The rage that Marvin has embodied, a man on the edge of eruption, is always a badly wounded man.

If the oft-talked-about college “hook-up culture” could be embodied by a place, it would be Shooters.

Scrooge is still with us, not just in print but embodied in the cold hearts and selfish calculations of misanthropes everywhere.

The resulting photographs are a celebration, bringing to life the peerless spirit embodied by The Macallan.

She has embodied in her work a modern comprehension of old legends.

By this new species of shorthand we might have embodied this very article in half a dozen sprightly etchings!

The relative quantity of labor embodied in each object is the basis of its value.

I returned laden with knowledge which I embodied in a report and my recommendations were adopted.

The soul of music which is embodied in them is imprisoned within wood and crystal, and is no more heard of men.


On this page you'll find 208 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to embodied, such as: null, null, manifested, materialized, personified, and substantiated.

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