corporeal corporeal


  1. (adj) having material or physical form or substance
  2. (adj) affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit



  1. They seem like corporeal manifestations of their inner souls.
  2. But to some greens, the threat of new coal plants coming online is so dire that it demands a more corporeal level of engagement.
  3. Stephen Hawking has spent much of his life inside just that kind of corporeal prison.


  • 'Never forget' takes on new meaning in 'Remember Me'

    Considering our government has been playing mind games with press freedoms and private communications, imagine a reality where memories are tangible items that can be bought and sold ... or stolen and manipulated. In this future reality, the company Memorize Corp. has developed technology that makes it possible to transform memory into distinct, almost corporeal, objects that can exist online or ...
    on September 15, 2013     Source: San Antonio Express-News


  1. Hancock says, "Like our own corporeal universe, my painted universe is comprised of a series of systems within systems that extend inward microcosmically and outward macrocosmically. It is a universe that constantly questions itself and expands in...
    on Sep 5, 2009 By: Trenton Doyle Hancock Source: Art Daily

  2. Livnat told "Globes" today, "The plan for preserving historic sites is unprecedented. There have been programs in the past, but not on this scale, which has created an amazing and special plan. In addition to known corporeal sites, this plan also...
    on Feb 21, 2010 By: Limor Livnat Source: Globes

  3. Mary Baker Eddy wrote: "The substance, Life, intelligence, Truth, and Love, which constitute Deity, are reflected by His creation; and when we subordinate the false testimony of the corporeal senses to the facts of Science, we shall see this true...
    on Mar 9, 2004 By: Mary Baker Eddy Source: Christian Science Monitor

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