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adjective. ['ɪmˈbɑːdiːd'] possessing or existing in bodily form.
Rhymes with Embodied
Sentences with embodied
1. Verb, past participle
The innocence of childhood is embodied in the young flower girl.
2. Verb, past tense
The symbol here is of the end of a religion that, for Yeats, embodied hope and innocence.
Only they could distinguish between a real owl and an embodied witch or evil spirit.
Quotes about embodied
1. ...it was if another planet were calling. The call, embodied, issued in liquid syllables from the mouth of the Arab sailor who, on the prow of the Vestra each sun-up, looked toward the East and sang the Persian song:Hearken unto dawn, oh, my soul...Let good come unto the world.
- Robert Edison Fulton Jr., One Man Caravan