Embody [verb]

Definition of Embody:

represent; materialize

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Rambeau completely embodies the spirit of Captain Marvel with her commanding presence and that’s why Parris’ portrayal of her has so rapidly grabbed the attention of viewers week after week.

That’s also a very sexy trope that girls don’t necessarily get to embody.

In the dark days of the Second World War, he fought for freedom, and in the face of the country’s deepest postwar crisis, he united us all, he cheered us all up, and he embodied the triumph of the human spirit.

Instead of worrying about her own pain or concerns, she explains that this connection to Jennifer and the chance to embody the action of giving helped her get out of her own head and into her heart.

Both species, he insists, are singularly embodied in Vladimir Putin.

Rather, they identify and strengthen associations that in some way embody these concerns and that the brain calculates may be of use in resolving them or similar concerns, either now or in the future.

Designers and programmers should practice by recognizing this goal and laying out specific steps their work would take in order for their product to embody the ideal.

One step inside the restaurant and it becomes clear that Mama Jackson embodies this dual nature of restaurant and cultural experience.

That effort is embodied in regulatory guidelines released yesterday in Europe.

“It will be possible to understand how the coordination of social brains is embodied in the interaction of social bodies,” said Hamilton.