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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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At present it is sufficient to remark, that it imbodies all that is essentially excellent and useful in other systems, while it is entirely free from that tediousness of method and prolixity of definition which so much perplex and embarrass the learner.
Windsor as the representative palace, that which imbodies the English idea of royalty.
Hundreds stand enchanted before it, and declare it imbodies their highest ideal of art and religion; and I suppose it does.