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Synonyms for embody

Synonyms for embody

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

to make a part of a united whole

Synonyms for embody

represent in bodily form

represent, as of a character on stage

represent or express something abstract in tangible form

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Handmade items still remain extremely popular because it truly embodies the creativity and skill of the craftspersonTimes Square Center (TSC), one of the newest community oriented shopping centers in Dubai, has announced that it will be hosting its last Arts and Crafts Souk for the season on June 12, 2009 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.
The search is on for the chief executive who embodies the best in communication practice.
It is this "order of things," that, when juxtaposed with the wildness and freedom that ideal art embodies, presents the greatest challenges for teachers encouraging students to learn and grow, but to do so within a relatively safe environment.
Music is a sounding, moving analogy to our inner life it embodies the shape of our feelings and thoughts, their ebb and flow.
If the company has put itself in a position to close out the criminal inquiry with a DPA, it has often done all of these things already, so the DPA simply embodies the company's continuing obligation in an enforceable agreement.
In order to begin to answer the question of how the church embodies the doctrine of the imago Dei in the Southwest I felt it necessary to give you this panoramic view of an immigrant reality that we as a theological community and church find difficult to dismiss and that we attempt to address in the preparation and formation of our clergy.
Unfortunately, though the Third Way embodies many conservative ideals, Siegel is no conservative.
There is the Hutu general who embodies the greed and corruption of a small man with big power.
That 124 embodies Sethe's dead daughter is made plain in the first 20 words of Beloved: "124 was spiteful.
They have a sense of the way in which recitation as a religious medium carries, enacts, and embodies belief, and most, I believe, develop some awareness that Muslim epistemologies are complex in ways they do not fully understand.
As it happens, Samson Agonistes embodies a similar tension, and Joseph Wittreich's new book on the play sets out to resolve it.
A financial instrument issued in the form of shares that is mandatorily redeemable--that embodies an unconditional obligation requiring the issuer to redeem it by transferring its assets at a specified or determinable date (or dates) or upon an event that is certain to occur
Larry Dippel embodies everything the Power of Influence Award was created to acknowledge," said AFCA Executive Director Grant Teaff.
Discussion here embodies church plans, architectural styles, building materials, patrons and patronage, the churchyard, its consecration and desecration, and more.