Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of embody.

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Examples

  • The term embodies a range of dimensions: there are more than just the numbers at play, especially with scientific data.

    O'Reilly News and Commentary

  • Not to say we don't do what the term embodies so it was great to see RWW include it in their WTF?

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • “My label embodies the independent spirit of an english country manor…scraped knees hidden by billowing skirts atop laced boots”

    Regretsy – Top 10 Horrible Necklaces

  • I would say that no other title embodies the "totality of faith" more succinctly.

    Dr. Susan Corso: Separation of Church and Hate

  • In other cases, a title embodies the company's unique identity.

    Jacked-Up Job Titles

  • While Webster’s dictionary offers a limited definition of the word sister, “a female having one or both parents in common with another individual,” I believe the word embodies so much more.

    The Coldest Winter Ever

  • The message of anger turning into hope through action that she embodies is a fitting tribute to director Nigel Cole's intention to "make a film that would inspire people who are struggling today".

    Women didn't just strike in Dagenham

  • Palin embodies a pathetic high school ‘bridezilla’ mentality coupled with some good old fashioned racial and religious bigotry.

    Palin takes aim at Obama over energy

  • But what he has left us with are precisely the various artful arrangements to be found there, and to become preoccupied with the ethics his work purportedly embodies is at best to get ahead of the critical task of assessing that work and at worst to engage in ungrounded speculation.

    The Event of Truth

  • What that party now embodies is a sickening, phobic, wealth-based, insularity that I cannot and will not allow … ..

    The Great Debate at NN08 - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

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