Corporeal [adjective]

Definition of Corporeal:

bodily, physical

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Sentence/Example of Corporeal:

Just corporeal enough to attest humanity, yet sufficiently transparent to let the celestial origin shine through.

The inner workings of their corporeal mechanism is no mystery for him.

He often saw the Holy Virgin in corporeal presence, and heard her speech and savoured the divine odours of her glorified body.

Those only who are freed from material bonds can be conscious of their extra-corporeal existence and immortality.

An angel in theory, the corporeal woman is soundly rated if dinner is late, or a room unswept.

It would not be simply declarative of corporeal existence, but of existence in a particular state or condition.

If then it be corporeal, it must exist either within the very subjects, or without them.

How did corporeal matter deserve of Thee, to be even invisible and without form?

Extension and thought, the essences of corporeal and spiritual natures, are absolutely distinct, and cannot act upon one another.

Besides, this demolition of the corporeal frame is an essential means of its purification.