incarnated[ adjective in-kahr-nit, -neyt; verb in-kahr-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incarnated
Synonyms for incarnated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCARNATED
The spirit with whom I was talking had not, in short, ever been incarnated.
The throne of the King of the World is surrounded by millions of incarnated Gods.
They have incarnated in him the people, the nation, the state, the law!
And that is why he must be incarnated again and again in the avatars.
Men, high and low alike, cling to it still as incarnated in women.'
He incarnated the word, and it became a vital part of his own personality.
He incarnated a type that happily has vanished from the map of Africa.
They show him that the words he has spoken are incarnated in them.
Athens had incarnated that ideal of loveliness and sublimity.
God comes down and is incarnated to fight and conquer the devil.