enflesh

enflesh

(ɪnˈflɛʃ)
vb (tr)
1. to grow flesh or give a flesh-like form to
2. to ingrain
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Influenced by works such as Anna Haebich's Murdering Stepmothers (2011), an investigation into Martha Rendell, the last woman to be hanged in Western Australia, Antoinette Burton's Dwelling in the Archive (2003), Carolyn Steedman's Dust: the archive and cultural history (2002) and Brian Matthews' biography of Louisa Lawson, Louisa (1987), my methods have emerged from my immersion in the archival material and through my desire to enflesh the bare bones of these women's narratives.
Packed with fascinating detail, these amazing chapters on ancient civilizations of the Indus River Valley, Africa, Mesoamerica, South America, Japan, the Celts of Europe, and the Vikings (in addition to the four civilizations listed earlier) help enflesh the accomplishments of ancient peoples and bring their cultures to vibrant life.
She asserts that "if a colored boy appears dull, his dullness embraces Keckley, who has struggled throughout the text to establish her own individuality, her own ability to enflesh the great American characteristic of self-reliance" (144).
Maxwell's arguments are carefully crafted, his style is accessible, and the individual stories enflesh the analysis.
For Shafto, these two enflesh an ethos of filmmaking impregnated by Christianity.
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The dramatic characters enflesh and speak the existential antinomies which affect their lives.
I perform this act of disarmament to enflesh Isaiah's prophecy of a disarmed world, to follow Christ's example of universal love, and to comply with universally recognized humanitarian law.
Myths," as Warner writes, "written or pictured, enflesh abstractions and, by incarnating imaginary beings, they reproduce the very process they narrate; it is the image and the text which bring the idea to life, although the artist, the mythographer and the sources they are both using, often assume that they are transcribing an ulterior reality.
This forum would enflesh the spirit of CUV when it says: "As the most comprehensive and representative body among the many organized expressions of the ecumenical movement, the World Council has the specific role of addressing the global ecumenical issues and acting as a trustee for the inner coherence of the movement" (2.
I'm trying to enflesh it but it flickers, steadies, flickers.
would provide a sort of penumbra of his thoughts and his feelings, a kind of portable reservoir of the notions and associations into which he would dip to enflesh the narrative expression of his urgencies.