embodiment[em bäd′i mənt, -bäd′ē-; im-]
- The definition of an embodiment is a visible or tangible form or a concrete example of an idea or concept.
When someone is really cheerful and sunny and happy all the time, this person might be described as the embodiment of happiness.
- an embodying or being embodied
- that in which something is embodied; concrete expression of some idea, quality, etc.: she is the embodiment of virtue
- The act of embodying or the state of being embodied.
- One that embodies: “The flag is the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of history” (Woodrow Wilson).
From embody + -ment.