Pronunciation: /ˌriːɪnˈkɑːneɪt /[with object]
- 1Cause (someone) to undergo rebirth in another body: a man may be reincarnated in animal form (as adjective reincarnated) a reincarnated soulMore example sentences
- Don't get me wrong though, my family aren't reincarnated evil spirits or anything, we attend the church services every Sunday and all that other stuff.
- One day, I'll be reincarnated, just like our faith says, and family members are usually reincarnated together, so I can promise that I'll meet you again someday, okay?
- When one Dalai Lama dies, it is believed that he is then reincarnated, and it is the duty of the monks to search out his spirit in a newborn child.
- 1.1 [no object] Be reborn in another body: they were afraid she would reincarnate as a vampireMore example sentences
- I discovered, however, that they reincarnate into another body when killed.
- By following Hinduism they should be able to lead a very good life, so that when they reincarnate, they get a good birth to continue their spiritual education.
- Alternatively, I may have been there as a flower at the foot of the cross and then later as one of the great saints of the early church - reincarnating up till my current life.
Pronunciation: /ˌriːɪnˈkɑːnət /[usually postpositive] Back to top
- Reborn in another body: he claims that the girl is his dead daughter reincarnateMore example sentences
- She, and she alone, has the power to start and stop the wars, for she is the Oracle reincarnate and she will deliver justice to the world.
- And anyway, you carry the spirit reincarnate of the Lord of Stone.
- In the sixteenth century, the French connection was receding into England's past, but not in the imagination and ambition of Henry VIII, who tried to be Henry V reincarnate.
More definitions of reincarnateDefinition of reincarnate in:
- The US English dictionary