bodily

[ bod-l-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bodily

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BODILY

His mental anguish 'was united with bodily illness and suffering.

But he was prominent in nothing, for prominence was to him a thing like bodily pain.

The tail of the Angora serves as a barometer of its bodily and mental condition.

It wears out more quickly than the bodily machine of the Englishman.

The sheer power of the American bodily machine, driven by the American will, is magnificent.

Modifications of the bodily ideal owing to influence of mind.

That last spring had thrown him bodily against the red monster.

Deep thought, poetry and music had to take the place of bodily welfare.

She is to be similarly trained both in bodily and mental exercises.

Then now we have a clear notion of the bodily qualities which are required in the guardian.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BODILY

kinesthetic

adjectiverelating to movement in the body

physiological

adjectiveconcerning living organisms, their parts, and functions
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