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personified

[ per-son-uh-fahyd ]
/ pərˈsɒn əˌfaɪd /
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adjective
(of an inanimate object or abstraction) spoken or written of as having the nature or character of a person:Ancient Greek philosophers referred to personified Wisdom as the logos.
(of a thing or abstraction) represented visually in the form of a person:In this video game, Mario teams up with a personified cloud and a doll from another universe.
embodied or incarnated in a real person or concrete thing:I honestly admire that musician—to me, he is personified coolness!
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Origin of personified

OTHER WORDS FROM personified

un·per·son·i·fied, adjective
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