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n a person who represents an abstract quality
she is the personification of optimism
n representing an abstract quality or idea as a person or creature
n the act of attributing human characteristics to abstract ideas etc.
Glittering in the archives of financial fraud is the record of Charles Ponzi, duper extraordinary, personification of quick riches.
Never pompous, always good-humored, only serious in the face of matters that could not tastefully be treated otherwise, a crusader for London and the personification of the most .
I became the personification of the prototype that I was describing in the magazine.
Dan Snyder in Washington City Paper Bruce Allen is the personification of an NFL winner,Snyder said at the press conference late last season announcing he'd hired Allen.
Al Michaels in USA Today Al Michaels described McKay as the " personification of class and style."
Larry Lucchino in USA Today He is the personification of what a great citizen should be,said Red Sox president Larry Lucchino, who also attended the ceremony. "He's the heart and soul of Red Sox Nation."