The act of embodying or the state of being embodied.(noun)
One that embodies: "The flag is the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of history” ( Woodrow Wilson). (noun)
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Use "embodiment" in a sentence
"Actually, your "lobsters", and those I'm familiar with are a unique product of nature wherein a parasitic mushroom (Hypomyces lactifluorum) "engulfs" a host mushroom (thought to usually be a Russula or Lactauius), and in its final embodiment, is known as Hypomyces lactifluorum."
"The naturalness of this co-embodiment is perhaps the play's most violent re-writing of contemporary colonial conflict."
"It looks at deep philosophical issues of "embodiment" - whether you need to move around in the world to acquire language or the jargon of a specialist field-that have major implications for the field of artificial intelligence and computer learning."