embody : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v represent in bodily form
- v represent, as of a character on stage
- v represent or express something abstract in tangible form
- At 54, Willis is the one star from the Bronzed Age of '80s action movies who still can persuasively embody a haunted, implacable stud.
- We are lucky to have Banks embody this honorable American heritage.
- In the first episode, he coined the term truthiness to embody his belief that facts are far less important than what you want to be true.
- Stephen Harper in Toronto Sun
David Johnston represents the best of Canada,Harper said in a statement. "He represents hard work, dedication, public service and humility. I am confident he will continue to embody these traits in his new role as the Crown's...
- Bill Clinton in New York Times
It's worth reminding the American people that for more than 230 years everyone who bet against America lost money,Clinton told Chris Cuomo on "Good Morning America." "I just want him to embody that and to share that."
- Barack Obama in Examiner.com
I am honored to invite these talented groups and individuals to participate in the Inaugural Parade,said President-elect Obama. "These organizations embody the best of our nation's history, diversity and commitment to service. Vice...