The incarnation of courage.
When a horrible and evil killer runs around murdering children for no reason, this is an example of someone who might be considered an incarnation of evil.
When God appears on Earth as a farmer, his physical form as a farmer is an example of his incarnation on Earth.
Hopes for a better life in another incarnation.
The leading dancer is the incarnation of grace.
- the taking on of a human body by the second person of the Trinity; the joining of the divine and the human in Jesus Christ
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Origin of incarnation
- From Middle English incarnacion, from Old French incarnacion, from Medieval Latin incarnatio, from Late Latin incarnari (“to be made flesh”).