included (part of speech: adjective)
composed (part of speech: adjective)
manifest (part of speech: adjective)
exhibited, appeared, manifested, revealed, proved, present, demonstrated, perceivable, shown, corporeal, concrete, incarnate, touchable, evidential, viewable, observable, tangible, visible, discernible, displayed, materialized, palpable
manifested (part of speech: verb)
unified (part of speech: verb)
- Still others declare that she and her story were allegorical, standing for feminine charm and for its fatal power; that she embodied the Greek idea of superwoman perfection. - "Superwomen", Albert Payson Terhune.
- Why was he so pale- an embodied grief? - "Lady Rose's Daughter", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
- To this the man added a single word, the more significant in that it embodied the nearest approach to a confidence that Amber had ever known him to make: " Hunted." - "The Bronze Bell", Louis Joseph Vance.