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incorporeal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincorporealin‧cor‧po‧re‧al /ˌɪnkɔːˈpɔːriəl $ -kɔːr-/ adjective formal  SCLnot existing in any physical form Plato demonstrated the incorporeal nature of the soul.
Examples from the Corpus
incorporealShivers like blossoms fell upon her incorporeal form, silver rain and bright bubbles of light.Thinking and perceiving, which might naturally be attributed to an incorporeal mind, are simply complex motions in matter.Even the Old Testament contains little reference to incorporeal substances or such rewards.
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