Definition of Coembodied

1. coembody [v] - See also: coembody



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coembodied

coelomocytes
coeloms
coelophysis
coelostat
coelostats
coelurosaur
coelurosaurian
coelurosaurians
coelurosaurs
coelute
coeluted
coelutes
coeluting
coelution
coembodied (current term)
coembodies
coembody
coembodying
coemploy
coemployed
coemploying
coemploys
coempt
coempted
coempting
coemption
coemptions
coempts
coen-

Literary usage of Coembodied

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1. Hypnotism in Mental and Moral Culture by John Duncan Quackenbos (1900)
"The deviltry coembodied in him entirely through this habit was then disposed of piecemeal. His temper gradually improved; and in the course of two months, ..."

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