Thesaurus / embody

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Again it was suggested to him to embody in one of his messages "something soothing for South Carolina."
JOHN QUINCY ADAMSJOHN. T. MORSE
Is it usual for you to embody your reserves for the manœuvres?
I am issuing orders, in consequence, to other counties, to embody and march all the men they can arm.
If none of them represent the actual attainment of help, they all of them embody the passionate and persistent cry for it.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?WILLIAM HURRELL MALLOCK
Language had attained such development that poetry of the highest structural form was about to embody the inspirations of genius.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
The garrison was aroused, but not permitted to rally or embody themselves.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEMWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
None will be tolerated as artists, except such as can detect and embody the type of the beautiful.
The Big Man smiled, and suggested, banteringly, that she embody those views into form for the benefit of Congress.
BALDY OF NOMEESTHER BIRDSALL DARLING
He had to forge it and shape it, he had to embody it, to set it forth in images and symbols.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
More than all else 'Thusia herself seemed to embody the spirit of the congregation.
DOMINIE DEANELLIS PARKER BUTLER

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