verb (used with object), em·bod·ied, em·bod·y·ing.
Origin of embody
Related Words for embodiesexemplify, incorporate, exhibit, express, epitomize, manifest, typify, personify, mirror, demonstrate, symbolize, realize, illustrate, blend, codify, comprehend, involve, embrace, contain, combine
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Contemporary Examples of embodies
His celebrity status rivals, if not far surpasses, the Warholian persona that Koons embodies and embeds within his own work.Jeff Koons’ Bright, Shiny Objects
June 26, 2014
Just like Kathleen Sebelius with Obamacare, V.A. chief Eric Shinseki now embodies the VA scandal.Why Dems Are Tripping Over Each Other to Push The V.A. Chief Out
Ben Jacobs, Tim Mak
May 29, 2014
It embodies in the most impressive form our belief that to act with enthusiasm and faith is the condition of acting greatly.The Real Memorial Day: Oliver Wendell Holmes's Salute To A Momentous American Anniversary
May 26, 2014
In each image, Sherman embodies a new role, with a wardrobe and makeup job to match every occasion.Why Does the Art World Coddle James Franco?
April 22, 2014
And his small-scale sculpture Avarice and Lust (1887) embodies the two sins via a masculine form entangled with a female one.Mapplethorpe’s Artistic Twin
April 8, 2014
Historical Examples of embodies
It embodies the highest political wisdom for us as a people.
It was written from his heart, and embodies his conviction of immortality.
Nor yet the wondrous charm of Him who, for our sakes, embodies it.Quiet Talks on Power
It embodies all that is human in his hearths and all that is divine on his altars.A Miscellany of Men
G. K. Chesterton
He embodies in many ways the conception of what the ideal American should be.Frenzied Finance
Thomas W. Lawson