embody[ em-bod-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF embody
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBODY
At last in desperation you embody it in a poem, an essay, a story.
I had for some time thought about it, but had not attempted to embody the conception in a drawing.
Yet the English have contrived to embody all these in one word, and that word my name!'
Endeavor to embody in the laws of the community the spirit of equity and progress.
We may read this cable wrong but it seems to us to embody a topsy-turvy tactic!
It seemed to me to embody the banquet there set before my mental appetite.
I have not written this for publication; I have only thrown out a few hints for you to embody.
The old poet has cast the imago of a society which we are still trying to embody.
It is unthinkable that it should ever embody them absolutely.
What men attempt to embody in the word "thought," is this matter in motion.