incarnate

[ adjective in-kahr-nit, -neyt; verb in-kahr-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incarnate

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He became a flame-demon, a sort of incarnate spirit of fire.

Apart from that, the new-chum is the incarnate comedy of colonial life.

It hath gone out from me; it will incarnate itself in another, in a nobler.

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

Is she not an incarnate angel who can be compared to no one but you?

"The two young ladies are two incarnate angels," I said to my countryman.

Other spirits, called ataro, might be incarnate in almost any animal.

Did not the revived empire spring from the races in which Prussia was incarnate?

This is a usual interval when the Incarnate God is given a time-limit.

He in a very real sense is incarnate in the religion that He bestows.

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