embodiment definition

  • noun:
    • The work of embodying or the state to be embodied.
    • The One That embodies: "The flag could be the embodiment, maybe not of belief, but of history” ( Woodrow Wilson).
    • a physical entity typifying an abstraction
    • The act of embodying; their state of being embodied.
    • whatever embodies or perhaps is embodied; representation in a physical human anatomy; a completely organized system, like human body
    • financial investment with or manifestation through an animate body; incarnation; actual presentation: as, metempsychosis is the supposed embodiment of formerly present souls in brand-new kinds; she actually is an embodiment of all the virtues.
    • A bringing into or presentation in or through an application; formal appearance or manifestation; formulation: as, the embodiment of principles in a treatise.
    • Collection or development into an aggregate human anatomy; company; an aggregate entire; incorporation; focus: since, the embodiment of troops into battalions, brigades, divisions, etc.; the embodiment of a country's regulations.
    • an innovative new personification of a familiar idea
    • a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous idea
    • offering concrete type to an abstract concept
    • The act of embodying or perhaps the condition to be embodied.
    • One Which embodies: "The flag may be the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of record” ( Woodrow Wilson).
    • a physical entity typifying an abstraction
    • The act of embodying; their state of being embodied.
    • what embodies or perhaps is embodied; representation in a physical human body; a totally organized system, like the body
    • financial investment with or manifestation through an animate human anatomy; incarnation; actual presentation: as, metempsychosis is the expected embodiment of previously present souls in new kinds; she is an embodiment of all of the virtues.
    • A bringing into or presentation in or through a form; formal appearance or manifestation; formula: as, the embodiment of axioms in a treatise.
    • Collection or formation into an aggregate human anatomy; company; an aggregate entire; incorporation; focus: since, the embodiment of troops into battalions, brigades, divisions, etc.; the embodiment of a country's legislation.
    • a fresh personification of a familiar concept
    • a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous concept
    • offering concrete type to an abstract idea
    • The act of embodying or the condition of being embodied.
    • One Which embodies: "The flag is the embodiment, not of belief, but of history” ( Woodrow Wilson).
    • a physical entity typifying an abstraction
    • The work of embodying; their state to be embodied.
    • what embodies or is embodied; representation in a physical human body; a completely organized system, like human body
    • Investment with or manifestation through an animate human body; incarnation; actual presentation: as, metempsychosis may be the expected embodiment of previously existing souls in brand-new kinds; she's an embodiment of all virtues.
    • A bringing into or presentation in or through an application; formal appearance or manifestation; formulation: as, the embodiment of axioms in a treatise.
    • range or formation into an aggregate body; company; an aggregate whole; incorporation; concentration: since, the embodiment of soldiers into battalions, brigades, divisions, etc.; the embodiment of a country's laws and regulations.
    • a personification of a familiar idea
    • a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous idea
    • providing tangible form to an abstract idea

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