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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorporealcor‧po‧re‧al /kɔːˈpɔːriəl $ kɔːr-/ adjective formal  1 BODYrelating to the body, rather than to the mind, feelings, or spirit syn physical corporeal desires2 existing in a physical form and able to be touched
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corporealThen he, too, requires a brief respite from corporeal entombment.What's more, you see, Jed's group is on the point of bringing Satan into corporeal existence.Ideas are presented as tangible and corporeal in the form of hands-on exhibits.And then there is our own body, our own corporeal instrument, which we're awfully proud of now.His portraits must in turn be considered an important constituent in their power, as compensation for their more corporeal weaknesses.
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