Carnality [noun]

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This was my carnal cry for the real men to step up and help.

It illustrates what has been well described as "the carnality of religious contention."

Superstition, the offspring of ignorance and craft, may occasionally symbolize it into carnality.

Dorothy's pride lay in giving an heir to a great family, not in adding another piece of carnality to the human race.

As soon as he comes in the way of temptation, the unsubdued carnality of his soul asserts its life and power.

To his sins of carnality was added the shame of traffic with females hostile to the true God.

So I had to relapse into the old carnality of mutton chops, like other folk: such extreme virtue doesn't pay.

Aestheticism and carnality are by no means as dissociate as the æsthete would have us believe.

And naturally, since Paradise is won by those in whom spirit has triumphed over carnality.

I saw clearly that the cause for the most of my troubles was that I had failed to discriminate between carnality and humanity.