nonphysical nonphysical


  • (adj) lacking substance or reality; incapable of being touched or seen


  1. Bridge enthusiasts would further disagree with the characterization of the card game as a nonphysical activity.
  2. Yet she could answer nonphysical questions, about whether a given animal lived on land or in the sea, or whether it was normally kept as a pet.
  3. How this split occurs and the nature of the nonphysical part are, of course, elusive matters.



  1. In his book "Clairvoyant Investigations" Hodson writes, "I have myself confirmed that these super-physical domains contain innumerable nonphysical beings, such as angels and nature spirits. . ."
    on Jan 13, 2007 By: Geoffrey Hodson Source: American Daily

  2. "I don't have a philosophy that we're going to be as nonphysical as possible," Holland said. "If we could have a tough guy that could play, I'd be in line like everybody else for him. But how do you get these guys? In a lot of cases, they're...
    on Oct 9, 2009 By: Ken Holland Source: ESPN

  3. "West Virginia is nonphysical around the goal and allowed him to shoot freely," LSU Coach John Brady said of the Longhorns' opponent in the regional semifinals. "Glen got a body on him, without fouling, and pushed him outside."
    on Mar 25, 2006 By: John Brady Source: New York Times

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