Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The Arabs express this by a parable that incarnates, as is their wont, the Word in the recital.

He incarnates love, and rears right up in meeting and tells them so.

With her tribe she incarnates all the mystic ideals of the Boones of Kentucky.

Each god has his animal: Phtah incarnates himself in the beetle, Horus in the hawk, Osiris in the bull.

There is no evidence, or none is given, to show that a man has ever been sacrificed for the benefit of a god whom he incarnates.

Tall as the Venus of Milo, she incarnates that noble figure with a lightness and a purity virginal and modern.

The genius of Athens, militant once more, but destined not to triumph, incarnates itself in Demosthenes.

It is so completely independent of the particular subjects in whom it incarnates itself, that it precedes them and survives them.

A halo still surrounds the Mephistophelian figure which incarnates the Hohenzollern spirit.

It incarnates all the past of its old owner, and visibly links it to the action when the story opens.