[ UK /dˌɪsɛmbˈɒdɪd/ ]
[ US /dɪsɪˈbɑdid/ ]
  1. not having a material body
    bodiless ghosts
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How To Use disembodied In A Sentence

  • I had to join this long queue, that snaked around a couple of times, and as each person left, a disembodied voice said, ‘Cashier number seven, please!’
  • It's a striking image of traumatic birth from a monstrous, disembodied womb. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her illegitimate position has rendered her wraithlike and insubstantial, almost disembodied.
  • A disembodied voice emerges from the monitor. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dictionary as a mode of literature is the antithesis of automatic writing, that disembodied burbling of the unconscious.
  • Christ was quickened, that is to say, was active, in His own spirit state, although His body was inert and in reality dead at the time; and that _in_ that disembodied state He went and preached to the disobedient spirits. Jesus the Christ A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy Scriptures Both Ancient and Modern
  • At all events he recognizes the possibility of conscious receptivity in disembodied spirits. caught up -- (Ac 8: 39). to the third heaven -- even to, &c. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • The disembodied voices were most striking - patients' miserable repeated calls for help, muted protests, inarticulate moans, and whimpers.
  • The snake makes it wriggle so that the apparently disembodied filament appears to be some kind of succulent worm.
  • They claimed that disembodied spirits can wander in and out of the minds of the living as easily as a tramp can walk into a house with its doors and windows open.
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