This is how destruction became real, incarnated: victims, places, witnesses.
Poliziano incarnated the genial, radiant, godless spirit of fifteenth-century humanism.
And that is why he must be incarnated again and again in the avatars.
Only according to Strehlow, that which is incarnated is not a soul but a ratapa or a namatuna.
The throne of the King of the World is surrounded by millions of incarnated Gods.
I am with you there, Miss Yardely, but romance does not lie in mere barbarism, for most men it is incarnated in a woman.
They have incarnated in him the people, the nation, the state, the law!
It lay like an indigestible fear upon the stomach of incarnated Tradition.
He incarnated a type that happily has vanished from the map of Africa.
A characteristic is incarnated in a personage, and often indicated by his very name.
late 14c., from Late Latin incarnatus "made flesh," a common word among early Christian writers, past participle of Latin incarnare "to make flesh" (see incarnation).
1530s, a back-formation from incarnation, or else from Latin incarnatus, past participle of incarnare (see incarnation). Related: Incarnated; incarnating.