Definition of Coembodied
1. coembody [v] - See also: coembody
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coembodied
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, ..."