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  • adj. Not corporeal.


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non- +‎ corporeal


  • 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.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • The—entity—is no metaphor, but a malicious noncorporeal being.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • 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).

    Bunny and a Book

  • 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."

    What Lies Beneath

  • Was it a ghost, or some other noncorporeal creature?

    Tran Siberian

  • 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.

    Star Trek: Voyager®: Full Circle

  • 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.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • 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.

    Is God an Accident?


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