incarnant

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in·car·nant

(in-kar'nant),
Promoting or accelerating the granulation of a wound.
Synonym(s): incarnative
[L. incarno, fr. in + caro (carn-), flesh]
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Mute representation transforms into an incarnative exclamation, "Dear God
But both poets make evident poetry's incarnative potential: Wordsworth's sonnets incarnate the mind in contemplation of its own absence, and Barrett's incarnate pure absence itself.
Warren's view of language as incarnative in no way discounts the gap between "fallen" language and essence.