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adjective as in incarnate

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Jemisin’s urban fantasy — the first of a trilogy — transports readers to a New York City that has come alive, personified in a human avatar.

The show may go on, but it’s hard to imagine anyone personifying its ideals as well as Alex Trebek did.

She is against the patriarchy, especially when personified in villainous ogres like the Duke of Deception.

Fast food and personified death: not exactly Hallmark material.

New York cannot be personified; it is not an autonomous entity.

Pennsylvania is purple personified, and Republican Gov. Tom Corbett is collapsing in the Keystone State.

Which brings us to the elephant in the room—the rapacious advance of online bookselling, personified by Amazon.

On this occasion, personified by her railway companies, she neglected neither, and in the latter surpassed herself.

The poet is really thinking of his mistress rather than his personified Pity.

It is easy to understand why the Scotchman, still more than the Englishman, is common sense personified.

The new moral age would have no traffic with those artists in whom the last smile of the eighteenth century was personified.

In his dream, he had personified the robot-confessor into the figure of a human judge.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to personified, such as: embodied, null, null, manifested, materialized, and substantiated.

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