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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISEMBODIED

They stood for a moment like disembodied spirits, creatures of the night and the fog.

So the factor had had his sign, and had looked upon his disembodied soul with his own eyes.

Has the devil in this respect a greater power than an angel and a disembodied soul?

He felt suddenly strange to the earth, like a disembodied spirit.

He felt suddenly a stranger to the earth like a disembodied spirit.

Disembodied words are also sinners and the occasions of sin.

And I felt like a disembodied being in this spectral atmosphere.

“Yes, sir,” the disembodied voice of Reinhardt replied quietly.

But where is the soul, the disembodied spirit of a deceased drunkard?

She never has; and possibly of ladies who are disembodied we may say that they know best.

WORD ORIGIN

1742, past participle adjective from disembody (1714), from dis- "not" + embody. Related: Disembodiment.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISEMBODIED

bodiless

adjectiveincorporeal
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