embodiment[ em-bod-ee-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF embodiment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBODIMENT
Religion would be better than endurable in the company of such an embodiment of it!
It was an exhilaration even to look at that embodiment of physical development.
Take him in that state, and he was an embodiment of nothing.
The words are more a clothing for the thought than an embodiment of it.
It seemed to her the embodiment of evil, yet withal of wisdom, too.
Fools might say what they liked; it was the embodiment of the spirit of the times.
The embodiment of the spirit of the last 50 years is a Hercules.
He is the embodiment of routine and conservatism, because he is the embodiment of mediocrity.
He is a diplomatist, an ecclesiastic, an embodiment of all that is severe and archaic in authority.
She was beloved by all who came in contact with her, for she was the embodiment of the word motherly.