Artists and poets have had a fashion of personifying them as allegorical figures.
They were not the offspring of the poetic imagination, personifying the various aspects of nature.
The continuity of person is preserved by this fiction, as in Rome it was by personifying the inheritance ad interim.
Indeed, it was our similarity in this respect that first put the idea of personifying him into my head.
While I was clothing your imagination, personifying to you that vile creature!
Don Juan is simply conceived as personifying the most direct and vivid affirmation of what Schopenhauer called the "Will to live."
Whatever the hidden ground of policy may be, their thought still clothes itself in personifying language.
Mr. Darwin's habit of personifying nature has given, as his friend Mr. Wallace says, his readers a good deal of trouble.
Every one, too, must have noticed the observation of detail a child will show in personifying a particular person.
Marta always referred to the castle as the baron; for in her girlhood she had a way of personifying all inanimate things.