Did you mayhaps mean nonphysical?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An ankle-high shoe with elastic material in the sides. Also called Congress gaiter.
- From its former popularity among members of the U.S. Congress. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“But why would a non-physical copy of something cost more than the paperback?”
“Fear of awful (but non-physical) feelings might motivate more care.”
“Most people already have plenty of non-physical conflict in their lives, and nurture a desire for the simplicity of solving a problem in a more physical, controllable manner.”
“If physical and non-physical are opposites, then we were experiencing the union of the two.”
“How can we orchestrate salubrious interactions between the continuum of non-physical mind and physical body?”
“Participants in the non-physical activity group participated in recreational or educational activities, such as a cooking class or a museum lecture, which met for about 45 minutes three to five times per week for 16 weeks.”
“Their common characteristic is their ability to open one up to an experience of the non-physical dimensions of existence.”
“Do you know this feeling, when you unexpectedly stumble upon a hidden treasure of physical or non-physical nature and it fundamentally changes, but completes, your day?”
“I'm not sure if I have ever posted this 'recipe' for chicken soup, I thought I had but I couldn't find this version just now when I searched for it, so here it is, approximate and oh so easy, good for troubled tummies and all matter of other physical and non-physical ailments.”
“Non-physically, he was smart, funny, adventurous - I guess everything non-physical I could want in a guy.”
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