verb (used with object), per·son·i·fied, per·son·i·fy·ing.
to attribute human nature or character to (an inanimate object or an abstraction), as in speech or writing.
to represent (a thing or abstraction) in the form of a person, as in art.
to embody (a quality, idea, etc.) in a real person or a concrete thing.
to be an embodiment or incarnation of; typify: He personifies the ruthless ambition of some executives.
Origin of personify
Synonyms for personify
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Examples from the Web for unpersonified
Historical Examples of unpersonified
The unpersonified sense seems to survive in a few passages of the Rigveda.A History of Sanskrit Literature
Arthur A. MacDonell
verb -fies, -fying or -fied (tr)
to attribute human characteristics to (a thing or abstraction)
to represent (an abstract quality) in human or animal form
(of a person or thing) to represent (an abstract quality), as in art or literature
to be the embodiment of
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