embodier

embodier

(ɪmˈbɒdɪə)
n
a person or thing that embodies
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Bubbles as embodier of white prejudices and fears is not the only target.
Thus, he examines the president as head of the American civil religion (Lincoln, Wilson, Jackson, and Reagan), as champion of freedom (Lincoln, Truman, and Lyndon Johnson), as charismatic embodier of the people (Nixon and Reagan), as representative of democracy (Jackson and Kennedy), as invested with prerogative in crises (Jefferson, Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Bush) and the heroic presidency of political scientists.
Her academic admirers spend a great deal of time studying how she embodier the fantasies of other people; they devote remarkably little time, however, to discussing how she embodies their own.