Embodiment



[em-bod-ee-muh nt] /ɛmˈbɒd i mənt/

noun
1.
the act of .
2.
the state or fact of being .
3.
a person, being, or thing a spirit, principle, abstraction, etc; incarnation.
4.
something .
n.

1828; see embody + -ment.

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