Corporeal

  • 21corporeal — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin corporeus of the body, from corpor , corpus Date: 15th century 1. having, consisting of, or relating to a physical material body: as a. not spiritual b. not immaterial or intangible ; …

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  • 22corporeal — Pertaining to the body, or to a corpus. * * * cor·po·re·al kȯr pōr ē əl, pȯr adj having, consisting of, or relating to a physical material body * * * cor·po·re·al (kor porґe əl) pertaining to the body …

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  • 23corporeal — Synonyms and related words: bodily, carnal, corporal, earthly, fleshly, gross, hylic, material, materiate, nonspiritual, objective, phenomenal, physical, secular, sensible, somatic, substantial, tangible, temporal, unspiritual, worldly …

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  • 24corporeal — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. bodily, material. See body, substance.Ant., spiritual, intangible. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. human, mortal, material; see bodily 1 , physical 1 . See Synonym Study at bodily , physical . III… …

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  • 25corporeal — cor|po|re|al [ kɔr pɔriəl ] adjective VERY FORMAL relating to the physical world, and not to spiritual or emotional states …

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  • 26corporeal — cor·po·re·al || kɔː pɔːrɪəl adj. physical, bodily; material, tangible …

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  • 27corporeal — [kɔ: pɔ:rɪəl] adjective 1》 relating to the body rather than the spirit.     ↘having a body. 2》 Law consisting of material objects. Derivatives corporeality alɪti noun corporeally adverb Origin ME: from late L. corporealis, from L. corporeus …

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  • 28corporeal — a. Material, physical, corporal, nonspiritual …

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  • 29corporeal — cor·po·re·al …

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  • 30corporeal — UK [kɔː(r)ˈpɔːrɪəl] / US [kɔrˈpɔrɪəl] adjective very formal relating to the physical world, and not to spiritual or emotional states …

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  • 31corporeal —   a. physical; pertaining to or having a body; tangible.    ♦ corporeality,    ♦ corporeity, n …

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  • 32corporeal — Possessing physical substance; tangible; perceptible to the senses …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 33corporeal — adj. 1 bodily, physical, material, esp. as distinct from spiritual (cf. CORPORAL(2)). 2 Law consisting of material objects. Derivatives: corporeality n. corporeally adv. Etymology: LL corporealis f. L corporeus f. corpus oris body …

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  • 34Corporeal property — Corporeal Cor*po re*al (k[^o]r*p[=o] r[ e]*al), a. [L. corporeus, fr. corpus body.] Having a body; consisting of, or pertaining to, a material body or substance; material; opposed to {spiritual} or {immaterial}. [1913 Webster] His omnipotence… …

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  • 35Corporeal (band) — Corporeal Origin Libertyville, Illinois Genres Alternative rock, Progressive rock Occupations Singer, songwriter, record producer Years active 2001–present …

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  • 36corporeal hereditament — ➔ hereditament * * * corporeal hereditament UK US noun [C] ► LAW something that is received by someone from a person who has died that physically exists, for example, a building → Compare INCORPOREAL HEREDITAMENT(Cf. ↑ …

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  • 37corporeal ownership — The ownership of actual things, such as land, money, or a business. Compare: incorporeal ownership Category: Real Estate & Rental Property Category: Wills, Trusts & Estates Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson… …

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  • 38corporeal body — index object Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 39Corporeal mime — One subgroup of physical theater is corporeal mime. Its objective is to place drama inside the moving human body, rather than to substitute gesture for speech as in pantomime. In this medium, the mime must apply to physical movement those… …

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  • 40corporeal property — Such as affects the senses, and may be seen and handled, as opposed to incorporeal property, which cannot be seen or handled, and exists only in contemplation. Thus a house is corporeal, but the annual rent payable for its occupation is… …

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