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

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Examples

  • For little by little the printed word incarnates itself in power, and in ways undreamed of makes itself felt.

    Shandygaff

  • In the John Carter tales, a paralyzed Civil War hero "incarnates" in a facsimile of his own body on Mars, where he fights with and against red and green-skinned Martians, falls in love with a red princess, and encounters many strange beasts.

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  • Everything from its design to it decoration 'incarnates' the Christian truth.

    Standing on My Head

  • He neither loves nor hates; he is obsessed with the Good, which he believes he incarnates.

    Tintin & Co.

  • The later incarnates all the film's characters (male and female) with humor, vigor and focus (which must be quite demanding considering that for him the film is a succession of monologues).

    Anne Couillaud: Remaking Kubrick and Fassbinder: Artist Brice Dellsperger Reveals New Opus of His 28 Parts Oeuvre

  • Weininger incarnates his argument, as a representative of the linkage of misogyny and anti-Semitism by way of castration fears: “Being a neurotic, Weininger was completely under the sway of his infantile complexes.”

    Bloodlust

  • He incarnates love, and rears right up in meeting and tells them so.

    CHAPTER XXIII

  • Damien Molony doubles effectively as the idealistic Motl and a New York 1930s actor, Paul Jesson suavely incarnates his older self, and Lauren O'Neil as Anna shows the capacity to turn into a Lillian Gish lookalike when photographed close up.

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  • As Father Fessio noted about his own Ignatius Press, We prefer books in the traditional print medium, especially the kinds of books we ordinarily publish — books that have lasting value and the beauty of whose outward form reflects, incarnates the nobility of the content.

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  • In the words of Fr. Fessio: We prefer books in the traditional print medium, especially the kinds of books we ordinarily publish — books that have lasting value and the beauty of whose outward form reflects, incarnates the nobility of the content.

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