incarnate incarnate  /ɪn ˈkɑr nət/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) make concrete and real
  2. (v) represent in bodily form
  3. (adj) possessing or existing in bodily form
  4. (adj) invested with a bodily form especially of a human body

Usage(s):

  1. But it is not just her perspective that has made Coulter, 43, an icon to her fans and malice incarnate to her critics.
  2. The villain of Children is the cowardly and spiteful Morgoth, who's your basic evil incarnate.
  3. The actors are more elements in a dark, elegantly realized landscape than fully incarnate characters.

News

  1. Man of Steel: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams Soar at NYC Premiere as Superman Sequel Gets the Green Light

    He's able to leap tall buildings in a single bound...and look pretty snappy on the red carpet, too. Superman incarnate Henry Cavill hit up the world premiere of Man of Steel Monday...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: E! Online

  2. Theologian Bernard Cooke dies at age 91

    Bernard Cooke, a pioneer in shaping Catholic theological education in U.S. colleges and universities for more than 50 years, died May 31, at the Village at Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. He was 91.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: National Catholic Reporter

  3. 2013 Graduates: Incarnate Word Academy

    Incarnate Word Academy
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Quotes

  1. "On this side of the Atlantic, dear Clint Eastwood, you incarnate the best of Hollywood," Chirac said.
    on Feb 17, 2007 By: Jacques Chirac Source: Bismarck Tribune

  2. Meth said Cockrum, who will be cremated in a Green Lantern shirt, will be remembered as "a comic incarnate."
    on Nov 28, 2006 By: Clifford Meth Source: Washington Post

  3. At one point, Colson said "Islam is a vicious, evil ...... and then before finishing the sentence, said, Islamo-fascism is evil incarnate."
    on Jun 10, 2007 By: Chuck Colson Source: Forbes

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