- adj. Not corporeal.
- non- + corporeal (Wiktionary)
“Your noncorporeal form is not possessed of the same ailment your physical body possesses.”
“He took a break from writing about heady concepts like noncorporeal symbiotes and sentient stars to give Sci Fi Bookshelf a peek into his unique universe.”
“The—entity—is no metaphor, but a malicious noncorporeal being.”
“As controversial as this concept remains in human studies, nobody has outlined any general theory that can be applied to all non-human species, much less transcendental noncorporeal beings (for example).”
“It is impossible, Mr. Fodor observes, to see how the noncorporeal can affect the corporeal "without violating the laws of the conservation of mass, of energy and of momentum.”
“Was it a ghost, or some other noncorporeal creature?”
“Understand that when we say gods we are not referring to some noncorporeal entity to be prayed to in times of need or feared in times of peril.”
“The Gryphon was startled to discover that, despite its noncorporeal nature, a Runner bled when wounded badly.”
“Because theyre mostly noncorporeal, partly, but nobody knows exactly why.”
“Some people also believe in lesser noncorporeal beings that can temporarily take physical form or occupy human beings or animals: examples include angels, ghosts, poltergeists, succubi, dybbuks, and the demons that Jesus so frequently expelled from people's bodies.”
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