discorporate

ADJECTIVE
  1. not having a material body
    bodiless ghosts
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How To Use discorporate In A Sentence

  • Kittens can levitate, ricochet, teleport and discorporate and take up most of a double bed. When PZ Turns Fifty . . . - The Panda's Thumb
  • Contact with the Node causes the demons to discorporate on a cellular level. Hellgate London Covenant
  • The supposedly discorporate writer assured her former friends that all was well. Constance Cumby "Cleansed" in "Harmonic Convergence": Speaks through "Trance Channel" (Parody)
  • He always sensed a slight light-headedness at the peak of transportations, although he assumed it owed more to his imagination than to his physical discorporate state. No Limits
  • These things happen when one is discorporate; the memories are there, but they become vague with time. In Celebration Of Lammas Night
  • Downloading pirated e-books is okay for so many, because it's not only anonymous, it's convenient, it's discorporate, and it's a spit in the eye of the "gatekeepers. Piracy, Publishing, & the Plebeian (That's Me!)
  • As a trance medium he is unparalleled, able to ‘Spout’ at will the messages beamed into his head from vast numbers of discorporate spirits, demons, dear departed, crazed saints, mystics and conquerors of ancient history including Cerinthus the Mad Gnostic, actual author of the Book of Revelation! The Book of the SubGenius
  • I surveyed the lot of them, adopting a gaze and attitude so imperious that one would have thought I could have caused them to discorporate with a single harsh word. Sir Apropos of Nothing
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