Synonyms for Embody:

n.

build in, add-on, count in, typify. feature, organize, enter into, exemplify, collect, characterize, come down to, define. externalize, personalize, objectify, exteriorize, substitute. contain, subsume, have, comprehend, take in. embody (noun)
body forth, personify, incarnate, be, substantiate.

v.

compose (verb)
compose, constitute, embrace, include, compile, invent, form, combine, construct, fabricate.
include (verb)
wed, comprise, entangle, encompass, incorporate, envelop, involve, enmesh, marry.
include, integrate (verb)
comprise, have, contain, subsume, encompass, collect, embrace, comprehend, involve, unify, combine, take in, organize.
manifest (verb)
show, appear, exhibit, demonstrate, materialize, manifest, present, display, reveal.
represent; materialize (verb)
personalize, demonstrate, exhibit, personify, incorporate, substantiate, show, exemplify, manifest, externalize, incarnate, objectify, typify, exteriorize, complete.
stative (verb)
be, personify.
unify (verb)
integrate, purify, simplify, homogenize, coincide, cohere, unify, complete.

Other synonyms:

externalize, come down to, exteriorize, subsume, enter into, personalize. objectify, characterize, define. contain. feature. comprehend. have. actualize
objectify.
come into being
materialize.
contain
have.
exemplify
typify.
illustrate
exemplify.
include
build in, comprehend.
manifest
externalize.
personify
body forth.
Other relevant words:
contain, organize, exteriorize, count in, comprehend, objectify, characterize, incarnate, have, personalize, body forth, typify, enter into, exemplify, substantiate, be, externalize, subsume, personify, define, collect.

Usage examples for embody

  1. They represent the latest advances in philological science, and embody the results of the author's large experience in teaching and of his own linguistic studies, together with the suggestions and advice of eminent German specialists in the field of Historical and Comparative Grammar. – Selections from Viri Romae by Charles François L'Homond
  2. Everything can be said of it, in a degree, which Christ said of his kingdom, and therefore it is believed that in some measure it does embody his idea. – History of American Socialisms by John Humphrey Noyes