Whereas Lane Frost more or less lived the life that embodied the ideal.
And that system is embodied—through marketing as much as talent—by Steve Jobs.
The Beatles of 1964 were unique, but the joy they embodied was not.
They embodied the worldview of the Cold War labor movement: pro-guns and pro-butter, all at the same time.
Our Jackie is embodied forever in that bloodstained pink suit.
The Byzantine code, based on the Roman, as embodied in the Ἑξάβιβλος Justice.
It startled him to see the embodied image of his thoughts not far ahead.
The title, or any chapter inscription, if embodied in the design of the heading, has a good effect.
Write whatever is embodied there, so that you will have one paper and I the other.'
He observed it eagerly, first because it embodied his new idea, and second because it swam with a rare activity.