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


The greater its loathsomeness, the greater that incarnating stuff!

Latterly thou hast, by incarnating thyself, destroyed the load of sins which used to weigh the Earth down.'

His world was the world of ideas, taking visible form, incarnating themselves in man.

Image-worship is in fact only the materialising or incarnating of the idea of Deity.

It is true that in incarnating themselves in individuals, collective ideals tend to individualize themselves.

In such a test the Christian myth, for example, would be valued for its power of incarnating human desire.

Characters he did not seek to draw, but he made a personage the medium of incarnating a quality.