Embody

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British pronunciation/ɛmbˈɒdi/
American pronunciation/ɪmˈbɑdi/
to embody
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to express a particular characterization or a thing as a person

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to give tangible or concrete existence to an abstract or intangible concept, quality, or spirit

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to represent a quality or belief

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to include or represent something as an essential part within a larger entity or concept

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The protagonist in the novel is crafted to embody the spirit of rebellion.
The historical figure is often portrayed to embody the ideals of justice and equality.
In the play, the villain is meant to embody greed and malevolence.
The painting embodies the artist's emotions and experiences.
Her actions and kindness truly embody the spirit of compassion and empathy.
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