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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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However, embodying God's prophet and messengers is something disputable for
While it is not easy to encounter deep differences, especially when the differences we encounter challenge long-held ways of viewing the world and cherished convictions, they spend themselves on practices of friendship and hospitality, embodying the hope that the human community may find other paths through disagreement than trying to annihilate the opposition.
However, Humanists can't continue to allow Christians--right or left--to claim ownership of the values argument as did Reverend Timothy Simpson, director of religious affairs for the Christian Alliance for Progress, by saying, "An atheist that stands with a neighbor, that stands with poor people; that is concerned about the marginal and the oppressed, is somebody who is embodying the values of Jesus" Such people are embodying the values of Humanism.
Embodying an era of the author's own life, during which he has labored as a pioneering lawyer who fought tooth and nail against the presidental war-mongering power that brought the Vietnam and Iraq wars, Misfits In America is a bold, involving portrait of society itself, and the failings it needs to overcome to move into a future that can in any way aspires to the noble ideals of its foundation.
By embodying religious behavior, even in a limited way and with secular intentions, significant corporeal insights can be gained into the practices and ethos of a religious system being studied, i.
The other subversive act the church may undertake, of course, is to leave the assembly, go back home, go to work, go to school, go to the homeless shelter, go to the cafe, and continue the "performance" by doing and embodying what has been seen to be true in worship.
Theirs were dialectical constructions embodying spectatorial experience without reifying it, dissolving fetishistic objects without denying the pervasiveness of objecthood, conceiving sculptural constructs as mass-cultural mimesis in which the governing conditions of object relations and intersubjective experience in public space were articulated without being monumentalized in affirmation.
In the context of Cullen's growing awareness of himself as a public figure embodying the hopes and longings of other people, the bifurcation takes on particular resonances.
Those innovations, together with fierce competitive pressures in our high tech industries to make them available to as many homes, offices, stores, and shop floors as possible, have produced double-digit annual reductions in prices of capital goods embodying new technologies.
Gregory Jones writes in Embodying Forgiveness (William B.
In Heilbut's portrayal, Mann remains one of this century's literary giants, embodying the best of his culture as few recent figures have done.
Jacob believes that there were few institutional and social connections between Operative and Speculative Freemasonry and that Speculative Freemasonry emerged in London in 1717 as an independent movement; she perceives Modern Masonry as embodying pertinent secular, ethical, and scientific doctrines of the early British Enlightenment.
the proliferation of new monarchies and more with the properly constitutional, juridical issue between monarch and that populist or sometimes unfortunately styled "democratic" ingredient, that larger collectivity embodying and embodied by the monarch.