If she wanted to look on the embodiment
of fidelity, resource, and courage, she could behold it all in that man.
The umbrella was a black and prosaic bundle long past repair; the hat was a broad-curved black hat, clerical but not common in England; the man was the very embodiment
of all that is homely and helpless.
of a d'Urberville and a namesake differed even more from what Tess had expected than the house and grounds had differed.
He must say he thought a drone the embodiment
of a pleasanter and wiser idea.
As large as a Shetland pony, with hideous head and frightful fangs, he was indeed an awesome spectacle, as he crept after me on his ten short, muscular legs; but to me he was the embodiment
of love and loyalty.
The man before him was the embodiment
of physical perfection and giant strength; yet it was not upon these he depended in his battle with the great cat, for mighty as were his muscles, they were as nothing by comparison with Numa's.
His card, which seemed too small to carry the weight of his academic distinctions, preceded him by a few seconds, and then he entered himself--so large, so pompous, and so dignified that he was the very embodiment
of self-possession and solidity.
He became a mild embodiment
of the spirit of reason.
Sitting opposite him at the little table in the window, she came back to that state of careless exaltation which had overcome her when they halted by the gate, but now it was accompanied by a sense of sanity and security, for she felt that they had a feeling in common which scarcely needed embodiment
As I turned, romance, adventure, and discovery in the abstract took wing before the terrible embodiment
of all three in concrete form that I beheld advancing upon me.
When Numa saw Tarzan, fat and sleek, perched in the tree he became suddenly the embodiment
of frightful rage.
You are merely the embodiment
of two imperfect things--an imperfect brain and an imperfect body.