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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: corporeus 'of the body', from corpus; CORPUS

corporeal

adjective
     
cor‧po‧re‧al formal
1 relating to the body, rather than to the mind, feelings, or spirit [= physical]:
corporeal desires
2 existing in a physical form and able to be touched

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