incorporeal

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCORPOREAL

Then they argue that the world must have had an originator, and that he is one and incorporeal.

This is followed by arguments showing that God is one and incorporeal.

Not their bodies, but the spiritual or incorporeal part of them.

But what agreement can anything corporeal have with what is incorporeal?

It is invisible; must we not therefore believe it to be incorporeal?

But you don't have any idea what incorporeal hereditaments are.

As the Gods are incorporeal, the World ought to be incorporeal too.

If, then, God is not incorporeal and immaterial, he participates of matter as a principle.

Besides, it were folly to think to judge of incorporeal things by corporeal.

The corporeal cannot act on the incorporeal, nor the incorporeal on the corporeal.

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