Synonym: avatar, incarnation, shape. Similar words: impediment, embody, dimension, dimensions, sentiment, raiment, regiment, experiment. Meaning: [ɪm'bɒdɪmənt] n. 1. a new personification of a familiar idea 2. a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous concept 3. giving concrete form to an abstract concept.
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1. Employment is the direct embodiment of the citizens' right to work.
2. He is the embodiment of evil.
3. He was the embodiment of the English gentleman.
4. A baby is the embodiment of vulnerability.
5. He is the embodiment of the young successful businessman.
6. She's the embodiment of kindness.
7. A former company executive describes him as the embodiment of Nike's image.
8. The new highway is the embodiment of the very latest designing ideas.
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9. The new factory is the embodiment of the very latest ideas.
10. She was portrayed in the papers as the embodiment of evil.
11. A firewall is an embodiment of this security policy.
12. This house was the very embodiment of sleazy discomfort.
13. Humpty Dumpty: the purest embodiment of the human condition.
14. She was, he thought, the very embodiment of bitterness.
15. She was the very embodiment of his desire for the unknown, the unknowable, the other.
16. It was the living embodiment of his most passionate convictions.
17. Women often become the embodiment of both the interesting and the insoluble questions in these areas.
18. In later poetry she is the embodiment of wisdom, reason[sentencedict.com], purity.
19. The experiment was regarded as the embodiment of that method.
20. Above all, Seymour sees the monster as an embodiment of Mary's social conscience.
21. It constituted the institutional embodiment of proletarian unity and class consciousness.
22. Many people think Wall Street is the embodiment of greed.
23. And to Return, free of the shackles of human physical embodiment.
24. For 13 years, this six-piece band has quietly evolved as a walking embodiment of diversity and equality.
25. No formal, authoritative documents set forth these rules, and they find no embodiment in statute law.
26. It was also a kind of Chartres Cathedral, a perfect embodiment of its genre.
27. One day, a woman turned up who must have seemed the very embodiment of that nature he was tussling with daily.
28. Nader regards Gore as unsafe for the liberal creed-as the embodiment of the Democratic Party's moral bankruptcy.
29. On the contrary: I took great delight in my thinness and saw it as the embodiment of my strength and virtue.
30. Colonel Lewis Pick, the architect of the tribes' inundation, was the embodiment of a no-nonsense military man.
More similar words: impediment, embody, dimension, dimensions, sentiment, raiment, regiment, experiment, compliment, experimental, bodily, commencement, amendment, entailment, entertainment, specimen, moment, mentor, foment, comment, mental, mention, payment, element, mentally, augment, segment, ailment, garment, torment.