Definition of incarnata
1. incarnate [ v ] make concrete and realUsed in print:
(Huston Smith, "Interfaith Communication: The...)
Insofar as these nations claim to incarnate traditions and ways_of_life which constitute ultimate , trans-political justifications for their existence , such people are inevitably led to emphasize the ways in_which these traditions and ways are theirs rather_than someone else 's .Synonyms incarnate Related Terms disincarnate realize embodiment
2. incarnate [ a ] possessing or existing in bodily form
Examples: "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare "an incarnate spirit" "`corporate' is an archaic term"
(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)
The wife , Amra , and her lover are both savagely portrayed , she as incarnate sensuality , `` voluptuous '' and `` indolent '' , possibly `` a mischief maker '' , with `` a kind of luxurious cunning '' to set against her apparent simplicity , her `` bird like brain '' .Synonyms corporate incarnate embodied corporal bodied Related Terms corporeal
3. incarnate [ a ] invested with a bodily form especially of a human body
Examples: "a monarch...regarded as a god incarnate"
4. incarnate [ v ] represent in bodily form
Examples: "He embodies all that is evil wrong with the system" "The painting substantiates the feelings of the artist"
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