incarnation

[ in-kahr-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF incarnation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCARNATION

We are told that this incarnation came in the fullness of time.

And because he was an incarnation he was, in his way, a tragedy.

Seward is the incarnation of confusion, and of political faithlessness.

She was the incarnation of dignified and somewhat resentful surprise.

The priest of the future disappeared in a Pope who was the incarnation of the past.

Not quite to such an extent was he the incarnation of Scaramouche.

He was the incarnation of the most aristocratic section of the Anglican Church.

She was what is called a graue Schwester; and of a truth she seemed the incarnation of grayness.

An army is properly an incarnation of the fiend of destruction.

However, he plodded on doggedly, an incarnation of vengeance and hate.

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