corporeal

[ kawr-pawr-ee-uhl, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF corporeal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORPOREAL

Tertullian believes that the soul is corporeal, and that it has a certain figure.

The spirit ennobled can bid defiance to any amount of corporeal pain.

Corporal punishment; corporeal or material form or substance.

There is a fable comparing the corporeal body to the body politic.

Besides, if he were corporeal, he could not create bodies any more than we can.

If so God is similar to man, corporeal like him, and swayed by passions.

In fact, matter itself is intelligible or spiritual, not corporeal.

The only reward there is must therefore be corporeal, during life.

If then the retribution of the soul is corporeal, there is no need of resurrection.

Corporeal is spoken of in the Bible and is not opposed to reason.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORPOREAL

kinesthetic

adjectiverelating to movement in the body

physiological

adjectiveconcerning living organisms, their parts, and functions
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