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Definition of Incarnate

  • Invested with flesh; embodied in a human nature and form; united with, or having, a human body.
  • To clothe with flesh; to embody in flesh; to invest, as spirits, ideals, etc., with a human from or nature.
  • To form flesh; to granulate, as a wound.
  • make concrete and real
  • represent in bodily form

How to use incarnate in a sentence. Incarnate pronunciation.

It is rather interesting that Turgenev, who drew so many irresolute Russian characters, should have attained his widest fame by the depiction of a man who is simply Incarnate Will.
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But as a single instance-what wonder if the early hermits of Egypt looked on the crocodile as something diabolic, after seeing it, for generations untold, petted and worshipped in many a city, simply because it was the incarnate symbol of brute strength, cruelty, and cunning?
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There was, undeniably, a great evil and shame to be removed, but he was not responsible for it; and he left that evil in the hands of Him who said, "Vengeance is mine, I will repay,"-as He did repay in four years' devastations, miseries, and calamities, and these so awful, so unexpected, so ill-prepared for, that a thoughtful and kind-hearted person, in view of them, will weep rather than rejoice; for it is not pleasant to witness chastisements and punishments, even if necessary and just, unless the people who suffer are fiends and incarnate devils, as very few men are.
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That child, surrounded by a swarm of priests in yellow robes and hats, is the Grand Lama, in whom the god of Thibet has just become incarnate.*5 But a rival has arisen who partakes this benefit with him; and the Kalmouc on the banks of the Baikal, has a God similar to the inhabitant of Lasa.
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Then, detailing the history of their operations and adventures, he explained how Brama, proud of having created the world and the eight bobouns, or spheres of probation, thought himself superior to Chib, his equal; how his pride brought on a battle between them, in which these celestial globes were crushed like a basket of eggs; how Brama, vanquished in this conflict, was reduced to serve as a pedestal to Chib, metamorphosed into a Lingam; how Vichenou, the god mediator, has taken at different times to preserve the world, nine mortal forms of animals; how first, in shape of a fish, he saved from the universal deluge a family who repeopled the earth; how afterwards, in the form of a tortoise,** he drew from the sea of milk the mountain Mandreguiri (the pole); then, becoming a boar, he tore the belly of the giant Ereuniachessen, who was drowning the earth in the abyss of Djole, from whence he drew it out with his tusks; how, becoming incarnate in a black shepherd, and under the name of Christ-en, he delivered the world of the enormous serpent Calengem, and then crushed his head, after having been wounded by him in the heel.
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The altar points us to our incarnate SAVIOUR, the CHRIST of GOD, and reminds us that _without shedding of blood there is no remission of sin_.
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And this in part is irremediable; so that no finite intellect will ever retrace the total curve upon which Christianity has moved, any more than eyes that are incarnate will ever see God.
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Not less awful in power was the transition from the limitations of space and time to ubiquity and eternity, from the familiar to the mysterious, from the incarnate to the spiritual.
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As he approached, Miss Cordelia thought she had never seen anybody so much like an incarnate smile before.
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Yet that was precisely what some fiend incarnate had done, and that fiend was sitting in the room with us.
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A struggle in the forest,-a bald-face grizzly, broken-legged, terrible; the snarling of the dogs and the shrill cries of Winapie as she urged them to the attack; himself in the midst of the crush, breathless, panting, striving to hold off red death; broken-backed, entrail-ripped dogs howling in impotent anguish and desecrating the snow; the virgin white running scarlet with the blood of man and beast; the bear, ferocious, irresistible, crunching, crunching down to the core of his life; and Winapie, at the last, in the thick of the frightful muddle, hair flying, eyes flashing, fury incarnate, passing the long hunting knife again and again-Sweat started to his forehead.
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It was only after God's relation to the world had been changed by the death of Christ that the Spirit of _Christ_ could be bestowed,-a higher power of the Spirit of God, standing to Him in the same relation as the Angel of the Lord to the incarnate Word.
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We set out at half- past nine, and rode like incarnate devils there, and did not return till two in the morning.
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The fantastic surroundings melted from the ken of Soames, and he seemed to stand in a shadow-world, alone with an incarnate shadow.
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The idea of an incarnate God has long ago been discarded by all reasoning thinkers.
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Tartufe incarnates him once for all.
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The roof itself was, and is, and ever shall be the great charm of those antiquated houses,-not of the old alone, but if any new house shall ever rise, if you succeed in building your own so that it shall seem to be the abiding-place of the incarnate genius of domestic happiness, the roof of your earthly paradise will be bold and high.
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And 'tis a miracle, we are not Already sacrific' d incarnate.
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The visitor, incarnate dignity, bent to the maternal caress with willing affection, yet with the tolerant air of good-nature that does not run to gush.
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He was California incarnate in Washington.
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Examples of Incarnate

Example #1
If every other person in all Turgenev's stories should be forgotten, it is safe to say that Bazarov will always dwell in the minds of those who have once made his acquaintance.
Example #2
This man died soon after and had a glorious resurrection in Bazarov, speaking to thousands and thousands of people from his obscure and forgotten grave.
Example #3
We must remember, also, that earlier generations (the old Norsemen and Germans just as much as the old Egyptians) were wont to look on animals as more miraculous than we do; as more akin, in many cases, to human beings; as guided, not by a mere blind instinct, but by an intellect which was allied to, and often surpassed man's intellect.
Example #4
This is a subject so shocking that it can be only hinted at.
Example #5
Human nature is about the same everywhere, and individuals and nations peculiarly sinful are generally made so by their surroundings and circumstances.
Example #6
He was not a reformer; but that does not show that he was unpatriotic, or a Southern man in his heart.