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The face was flat and broad, its lips the lips of incarnate hate and lust combined.

Tom Clark and His WifePaschal Beverly Randolph

True, God himself was now incarnate on earth—of that they had no doubt.

He is always attempting to incarnate in the flesh of his music law abstracted from classical works.

Musical PortraitsPaul Rosenfeld

True, He should be incarnate to be crucified; but it is death and resurrection which render incarnation available to us.

Notes on the book of ExodusC. H. (Charles Henry) Mackintosh

The principal of these are demonophobia and the worship of human beings as incarnate deities.

Destiny, incarnate in the form of Wellington, has still some dignity; but how sordid in the shape of Hudson Lowe.

Christians should be, as it were, the incarnate conscience of a community.

One has a bad foot and another has a swollen cheek, and there appears in the midst of them the incarnate death-insurance-agentess!

Pandora's BoxFrank Wedekind

The incarnate God of the universe and his vicegerent on earth indulging in a petty quarrel!

The ChristJohn Eleazer Remsburg

There is a tendency to incarnate the fugitive elements in men, and give them permanence.

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