incarnate definition

  • adjective:
    • Invested with physical nature and kind: an incarnate nature.
    • Embodied in man kind; personified: a villain who's evil incarnate.
    • Incarnadine.
    • Embodied in flesh; provided a bodily, particularly a person, type; personified.
    • Flesh-colored, crimson.
    • Not in the flesh; spiritual.
    • Invested with skin; embodied in a person nature and form; united with, or having, a human body.
    • Flesh-colored; rosy; purple.
    • spent with a bodily form specially of a human human body
    • possessing or current in bodily type
  • verb-transitive:
    • to offer bodily, specially person, type to.
    • To personify.
    • to appreciate doing his thing or fact; actualize: a residential area that incarnates its founders' beliefs.
    • To clothe with flesh; to embody in skin; to get, as spirits, beliefs, etc., with a person from or nature.
  • verb:
    • To incarn; in order to become covered with skin, to heal over.
    • In order to make carnal, to cut back the religious nature of.
    • To embody in skin, invest with a bodily, specifically a human, type.
    • to place into or portray in a concrete kind, as an idea.
    • make tangible and real
    • represent in bodily type
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to create flesh; to granulate, as a wound.
  • others:
    • To clothe with flesh; embody in skin.
    • To form flesh; heal, as a wound, by granulation.
    • Invested with skin; embodied in flesh.
    • Of a red color; flesh-colored.
    • perhaps not carnate or perhaps in the flesh; divested of a body; disembodied.

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