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incorporeal (adjective), more incorporeal, most incorporeal
1. Relating to something that is not composed of matter; having no material nor physical existence: In Jim's dream, an incorporeal spirit came from nowhere and told him to go visit his old mother before it was too late.
2. Etymology: from Latin incorporeus; from in-, "not" + corporeus, "body" + -al, "relating to" .
This entry is located in the following units: -al; -ial, -eal (page 17) corp-, corpor-, corpus- (page 3)