Definition of 'incarnation'
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I hadn't told him, and he hadn't mentioned that his exploits in his Siegwald incarnation had included killing a huge wolf. TIME OF THE WOLF (2003)In spirit and body, he was the incarnation of She-who-must-be-obeyed. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2003)They had explained nothing about their songs or their musical influences, or their previous incarnation as Radical Jive. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
By its eerie light he looked at Vesper, wondering which incarnation he was seeing. FLOATING CITY (2003)
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Translations for 'incarnation'
British English: incarnation NOUN
to be the incarnation of sth If you say that someone is the incarnation of a particular quality, you mean that they are typical of that quality in an extreme form.
The regime was the very incarnation of evil.
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