[ UK /bˈɒdɪləs/ ]
  1. not having a material body
    bodiless ghosts
  2. having no trunk or main part
    a bodiless head
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How To Use bodiless In A Sentence

  • Antin's ability to imbue this bodiless amalgam with pathos is remarkable, a hint of what was to come in her various personae.
  • Favoured motifs include the stylized biomorphs, such as the cat demon, and bodiless heads.
  • But let it be understood how we came to say that body passing through and through another body must produce disintegration, while we make qualities pervade their substances without producing disintegration: the bodilessness of qualities is the reason. The Six Enneads.
  • a bodiless head
  • Sasaki exclaimed as she stared at the bodiless hand holding her to the ground.
  • Then she saw everything: a shield, a sword, an arm, a leg, a bodiless head.
  • An angel is a bodiless, immortal spirit, limited in knowledge and power.
  • One was floating in a bodiless space and yet being tied down to a body.
  • Nevertheless, it is puzzling how a bodiless creature thinks and feels.
  • The feeling of helplessness, of bodilessness -- the feeling the Public has every day in the White House and in the Senate, of being treated, and treated to its own face as if it was not there, is a feeling that works as badly one way as it does the other. The Ghost in the White House Some suggestions as to how a hundred million people (who are supposed in a vague, helpless way to haunt the white house) can mak
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