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embodied

[ em-bod-eed ]
/ ɛmˈbɒd id /
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adjective
expressed, personified, or exemplified in concrete form:The one-day intensive workshop is designed to shift peacemaking from words and theory to costly, embodied reality.
having or provided with a body; incarnate or corporeal:In most folklore, ghosts seem to be bound by many of the same physical laws that bind embodied beings.
Environmental Science. relating to or being the energy involved or required in the production, maintenance, or use of a particular concrete object, and therefore thought of as part of the object:You can increase the embodied efficiency of a new house by building it in an already dense neighborhood, taking advantage of existing infrastructure and shorter distances.
(of writing) portraying the details of bodily experience as they are lived or relived by the writer so as to evoke them sympathetically in the reader:Acting out your characters is something I recommend as part of the enlivening practice of embodied writing.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of embody.
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well-em·bod·ied, adjective
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