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embodiment
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  • Of course Mrs. Epanchin saw nothing either in the change of initials or in the insinuation embodied therein.
  • I think the poet desired to embody in this one picture the whole spirit of medieval chivalry and the platonic love of a pure and high-souled knight.
  • This ghost had humiliated me;—nor could I bear to be subordinate to that dark, horrible force which was embodied in the form of the loathsome insect.
  • In that look was embodied so dreadful a suffering and so deadly a hatred, that he gave a cry and flew to her; but it was too late.

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  • I was the embodiment of every writer’s worst fear: a cliche.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl
  • If you became the princess, you’d be the embodiment of the law.
    Kiera Cass  --  The One

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