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It embodies the highest political wisdom for us as a people.

It was written from his heart, and embodies his conviction of immortality.

Nor yet the wondrous charm of Him who, for our sakes, embodies it.

It embodies all that is human in his hearths and all that is divine on his altars.

He embodies in many ways the conception of what the ideal American should be.

These things Sousa embodies in his music as no other music writer ever has.

He believes it, he has proclaimed it in public, and he embodies it.

The only true being is the Idea which embodies itself in that animal.

"I guess that embodies everything you can say about bottles," smiled the Professor.

The feeling that it embodies is tremendously deep and sincere.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, in reference to a soul or spirit invested with a physical form; of principles, ideas, etc., from 1660s; from en- (1) "in" + body. Related: Embodied; embodying.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.