Synonym: comprise, contain, cover, embrace, include, incorporate, take in. Similar words: body, a body of, symbol, akimbo, bloody, custody, symbolic, flamboyant. Meaning: [ɪm'bɒdɪ] v. 1. represent in bodily form 2. represent, as of a character on stage 3. represent or express something abstract in tangible form.
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1 His paintings embody the very essence of the immediate post-war years.
2 Words embody thoughts and feelings.
3 Any incomes policy must embody the attributes of fairness and flexibility.
4 Schools, he argues emphasise and embody middle-class values.
5 It may embody a slew of things.
6 It seemed to embody a deep dislike, and she found that wounding.
7 Charter schools embody concepts all public schools should have in the future.
8 No one would deny that music can embody great humane and religious themes.
9 Rolle's Meditations embody at a literary level his appreciation of the shaping energies of the form of the inner life.
10 How touching it was that Maman should embody such artistry and so simple a heart!
11 He seemed to embody in his person the entire history of the sport: he symbolized the Hawaiian spirit.
12 People embody intelligence,(www.Sentencedict.com) by far the most precious resource in the universe and one in terribly short supply.
13 Olive trees especially may embody the Goddess, for they live a very long time.
14 It is like they embody the spirit of adventure, that sense of infinite newness.
15 Or it may be that these animals somehow embody that peculiar quality of untamed wildness that readers admire and appreciate.
16 Rather, they embody some very different assumptions about education and work for the twenty-first century.
17 The social sciences embody a range of sometimes conflicting stances towards the human world.
18 Although they embody a real-world claim about how agents are motivated, they function more like a paradigm than a generalization.
19 But as particular truths do not embody the fullness of Truth so particular religions do not embody the fullness of Religion.
20 No particular religion can ever embody the perfection of Religion or lay claim to a monopoly of Truth.
21 It is above all the school which is felt to embody the idea of the village as something alive and enduring.
22 Army bases compete for $ 10 million in prizes each year, based on how well they embody that value.
23 He was therefore equally clear that majority decisions would not necessarily embody the general will or express the general interest.
24 What does it mean to activate an algorithm, or to embody it in physical form?
25 It no longer represents the supreme moral and intellectual value that it seemed to embody in the eighteenth century.
26 Quiet men with graceful manners were the ideal of her generation, and he seemed to embody it.
27 Many are drunks-but that term does not do justice to the devastation they embody.
28 For them to be able to do that, they have to embody a certain aspect of the human condition.
29 The Plowden Report was a national corollary to contemporary changes in assumptions about secondary education and the structures which embody those assumptions.
30 No philosopher has done more to disown the idea that his writings embody some kind of masterly or authoritative wisdom.