from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which embodies; one who gives form to anything. Formerly also
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who embodies.
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- noun One who
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Fantastic story, five stars, loved the irony of the Elvis embodier teaching Elvis himself a thing or two about being Elvis.
In an idea word-embodied, the embodier, then, possesses with God concurrent ownership.
As it is the violin master, as I conceive him, represents the embodier of the greatest intimacy between himself, the artist, and his medium of expression.
He must have been perfectly conscious of his genius, and of the great trust which he imposed upon his native tongue as the embodier and perpetuator of it.
In short, Mademoiselle Melanie was not a mantua-maker, or milliner, -- she was the genius of taste, the artful embodier of poetry in outward adorning.