Embody meaning

ĕm-bŏdē
To give definite, tangible, or visible form to; make concrete.

A speech embodying democratic ideals.

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To represent in a physical form; to incarnate or personify.

As the car salesman approached, wearing a plaid suit and slicked-back hair, he seemed to embody sleaze.

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To give a bodily form to; incarnate.
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To give bodily form to; make corporeal; incarnate.
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To make part of a system or whole; incorporate.

Laws that embody a people's values.

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To include or represent, especially as part of a cohesive whole.

The US Constitution aimed to embody the ideals of diverse groups of people, from Puritans to Deists.

The principle was recognized by some of the early Greek philosophers who embodied it in their systems.

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To embody is defined as to represent in bodily form or to bring together as a whole.

An example of to embody is for a person to have the qualities of trust and honesty.

An example of to embody is to include input from all students in making classroom rules.

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To bring together into an organized whole.

The laws embodied in a legal code.

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To make part of an organized whole; incorporate.

The latest findings embodied in the new book.

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To represent in bodily or material form.
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