bodiless

[ bod-ee-lis, -i-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF bodiless
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I am a bodiless spirit,' was the answer, 'the voice of one that is gone.

Hath it flesh that decays; is it not a spirit,—bodiless, indissoluble?

Nay, was it all only a useless after-death, a wan, bodiless after-death?

He had passively accepted the bodiless conversation, because it was at least intelligible!

No nation then imagined a bodiless god, and it is impossible to picture him as such.

There they are shadowed by the ghostly forms of menacing, bodiless shapes!

According to his doctrine, "Angels as well as God are bodiless beings."

I saw a hand, a bodiless hand, holding a white sheet of paper.'

But there was no visible person to receive the salute; the voice was bodiless.

Such signs are material symbols of their bodiless existence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BODILESS

disembodied

adjectiveimmaterial
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