incarnate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make concrete and real
- v represent in bodily form
- s possessing or existing in bodily form
an incarnate spirit
- s invested with a bodily form especially of a human body
a monarch...regarded as a god incarnate
- The monks sent to search for the incarnate noted that Dorje's birth had been heralded by other auspicious augurs: the sound of conch shells, unique birdsong, the appearance of .
- Her power, first manifested in the minimal black nylon backpack draped over every influential arm in the '90s, also became incarnate in such celebrities as Uma Thurman, twirling .
- But it is not just her perspective that has made Coulter, 43, an icon to her fans and malice incarnate to her critics.