unembodied

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

  • Many modern philosophers consider that claims to knowledge of an unembodied consciousness (a God) are too dubious and implausible to be worth considering.
  • About 100 new channeled works are published each year and it is unlikely that the true and full intent of either the unembodied entity or the channeler are expressed in the copyright notice.
  • He presents the bacterial flagellum as the premier example of a biological system that must have been actualized by the form-conferring action of an unembodied intelligent agent.
  • Sometimes an idea, instead of springing forcibly into life and dying unembodied, dawns gradually.
  • Attributing specified complexity to intelligence for biological systems is regarded as problematic because such an intelligence would in all likelihood have to be unembodied.
  • There is no need to be disturbed in mind on hearing of the birth, human body, sufferings and death of the immaterial and unembodied Word of God.
  • But the unembodied justice, whereof that other is either an emblem, or else is a fearful indescribability, is not so visible! Past and Present
  • Hence it is that Fire itself is splendid beyond all material bodies, holding the rank of Ideal-Principle to the other elements, making ever upwards, the subtlest and sprightliest of all bodies, as very near to the unembodied; itself alone admitting no other, all the others penetrated by it: for they take warmth but this is never cold; it has colour primally; they receive the The Six Enneads.
  • Did he not ever and everywhere reach through the matter of the elements, stamping his own beauty and unembodied ideas on the qualities of matter?
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