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Definition of "imbody" []

  • Archaic form of embody. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "imbody" in a sentence
  • "Ever as I sang, the veil was uplifted; ever as I sang, the signs of life grew; till, when the eyes dawned upon me, it was with that sunrise of splendour which my feeble song attempted to re-imbody."
  • "But the tendency of life in the open air is to make the soul imbody and imbrute, and after a while one begins to think scholarship a disease, or, at any rate, a bad habit; and the Scythian nomad, or, if you choose, the Texan cowboy, seems to be the normal, healthy type."
  • "DEAR SIR, -- It is now about five months since you expressed to me a wish that I might be induced to imbody, in a few pages, my views on the peculiar interest I attached -- as you had been informed by a common friend -- to the most popular German novel of the age, Gustav Freytag's"
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