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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of incarnate.

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Examples

  • His eyes took on an ugly gleam, his jaw stuck out, his expression incarnated Teutonic obstinacy.

    The Spinner's Book of Fiction

  • Carrier writes there that Plutarch suggests "for these believers Osiris is "incarnated" in the sublunar heaven and actually dies and resurrects there"

    Mythicist Misunderstanding

  • Carrier writes there that Plutarch suggests "for these believers Osiris is "incarnated" in the sublunar heaven and actually dies and resurrects there" Yet Plutarch implies no such thing, and Carrier appears to be reading this into the text.

    Mythicist Misunderstanding

  • Thus the presence of God manifested by the pillar of cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night was "incarnated" in the portable ark which was enthroned in its own tent shrine when the pilgrim people came to rest and pitched camp.

    Archive 2007-07-15

  • Because the eternal word and wisdom of God has completely occupied his human mind and body, we say that in him this word and wisdom has 'become flesh', has been 'incarnated'.

    What is Christianity?

  • It was the habit of the eighteenth century to judge poetry by its form alone; the nineteenth judged it by the spirit which inspired it, by that which, as De Quincey puts it, was "incarnated" in a work of art.

    Personality in Literature

  • Northern legends represent Buddha as having "incarnated" for the purpose of bringing relief to a distressed world.

    Oriental Religions and Christianity A Course of Lectures Delivered on the Ely Foundation Before the Students of Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1891

  • I see that the truth that we see in circumstances, even “human” truth, is God’s truth, a kind of incarnated truth, as Jesus is God incarnate.

    Jesus, truth in each circumstance

  • French Catholics believed that French Protestants incarnated the devil—and vice versa.

    Bloodlust

  • Looking at my stepfather, it amazed me how a home-cooked meal could make someone happy, and yet there was happiness, that elusive thing that had dodged my family most of our lives, incarnated in the boisterous and carnivorous man sitting at the head of our table.

    History of a Suicide

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